There are some tasty and tantalising treats on offer at the Garden Museum at Lambeth, London, in March. Here are some dates for your diary.
As part of its winter events programme the Garden Museum in Lambeth, London has a number of talks and workshops that will be of interest to gardeners:
Plot to Plate with Kathy Slack, on Sunday,…
Quick and easy projects for beginners
This is a really simple cheap mini hanging veg garden made from an upcycled a Kitchen Garden Goody bag (sold at Harrogate Flower Shows. Come and visit us this year April 20-23).
With a charge for plastic bags we are seeing a lot more of these cotton shoppers are all over the place and…
Chives are not only great in the kitchen but they’re a truly beautiful herb when left to flower
I do get impatient waiting for spring onions to mature so I tend to use chives in salads instead. They’re easy to cultivate and, as a perennial herb, they’re there for cutting year on year. If you have a herb patch, the…
We created a small herb garden last year. The first year it looked a bit sad but this year, with spring rain and warmth, it’s looking lush!
But the star of the patch has got to be these chives. The flowers are so beautiful and what’s more, edible. In fact, last night we chopped them up and added them to…
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