Autumn 2020 – Reflection

Autumn 2020 – Reflection

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Autumn is a good time to reflect on your gardening year, either the joy and satisfaction from what worked well or the disappointment of what didn’t. 
A new year, time for reflection and grand growing plans for 2020

A new year, time for reflection and grand growing plans for 2020

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For those of us that are already growers, we don’t really need any reason, 

other than we really enjoy the process of sowing and growing and watching our gardens (and allotments) grow!

2019 is this your year for growing your own food?

2019 is this your year for growing your own food?

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2019 is this your year for growing your own food? Brexit, veganism and mindfulness. Just three examples of reasons to grow your own food that I’ve ...
Our Autumn Reflections

Our Autumn Reflections

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We're patting ourselves on the back a little and saying what a great year 2018 has been, growing our own vegetables, herbs and chillies. It’s likel...
Fruits of our labour

Fruits of our labour

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June has arrived already and after a very dry May we are already watering everything in our West Yorkshire garden and have watched some amazing gro...
Spring is here!

Spring is here!

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Spring is here at last! Over the last few weeks, we’ve had cloche poly tunnels across our raised beds, warming up the soil. We checked the soil last night and it felt warm to the touch, so today we’ve sown direct into the beds; Parsnips (both Gladiator and Tender and True), SwedeBeetroot Mixed and Beetroot Boltardy
5 of the healthiest vegetables to grow in your garden

5 of the healthiest vegetables to grow in your garden

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If, like us at Seeds to Sow, you are on a health kick to start the new year, then you may be interested in growing five of the healthiest vegetables that you can eat, right in your own garden. This will give you easy access to fresh healthy produce right at your door.