Britain's best guide to growing your own fruit and veg
Author: Shannon Butcher
Shannon Butcher is an editorial contributor who has a Journalism degree from the University of Lincoln. When she’s not creating content she can be found visiting many of the UK's beautiful countryside locations with her dog, Pilot.
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We dig deep into the World Wide Web to harvest some great websites, tips and gardening chitchat.
Sowing Mangetout (KG YouTube Channel)
Emma is sowing ‘Sweet Horizon’ mangetout, ideal for steaming or stir-fries. Seeds can be sown March-July and pods harvested June-September, depending on when you sowed them.
One method is to sow in cell trays initially, one seed per…
David Patch is talking plums and explains why compromise and patience are both important in choosing which variety to grow.
Gardening can mean many things to different people, from the aesthetic of creating a beautiful herbaceous border to the sheer visceral pleasure of burrowing in the soil to unearth your first new potatoes of the season. For me, gardening has…
Celery is an integral part of any salad, and cool, crisp sticks freshly picked from the garden are a delight. KG editor Steve Ott offers his advice for growing tasty heads.
This underrated veg is so versatile that it really is a must-have for any plot. The crunchy texture of fresh sticks offers a great contrast to the soft leaves…
It’s a big milestone episode this week as we hit our 100th podcast!
To celebrate, we have a special episode featuring a fascinating discussion of the last 100 years of gardening as well as interviews with Radio 2’s Terry Walton and the lockdown sensation that is Gerald Stratford.
Special guest Gerald Stratford is a veteran gardener whose photo of his…
If you’re new to growing veg, courgettes may look like they could be a difficult crop to grow. The truth is, says Tony Flanagan, they’re one of the easiest and (be warned!) one of the most prolific.
I’m not sure exactly when courgettes started to become a popular veg but for many years now they have been a supermarket constant.…
Cauliflower has a reputation for being a tricky plant to grow but with careful preparation and a little TLC, says Rob Smith, you can be assured of a good crop.
Cauliflower is one of those staple kitchen vegetables which makes us think of cauliflower cheese perhaps, but please don’t relegate it to that one dish as it can do so…
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