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Fruits of our labour

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Fruits of our labour

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 growth spurts during the last 6 weeks or so. Our courgettes are all planted out, tomatoes and chillies potted on into final growing positions and beans already arching up their canes. Our new seed varieties Aubergine and Sweet Peppers all look good in the greenhouse, along with our Burpless Cucumber and our new Crystal Ice Cucumber plant (kindly given to us by the green fingered folk at Let’s Grow Preston). Peas are flourishing, we’ve eaten...

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Spring is here!

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Spring is here!

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

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March - a new vegetable sowing season begins

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March - a new vegetable sowing season begins

As I prepare to use the final of our fresh home grown produce from last year, a Jack ‘O’ Lantern Pumpkin which has stored fantastically over winter, I am excited that the new sowing season has finally arrived and that it won’t be too long until some varieties will be ready to harvest. Last years, Black Tuscan Kale, Perpetual Spinach and Swiss Chard ‘Bight Lights’ have all gone past their best in the last couple of weeks after a long and productive harvesting period, with the Kale having bolted in the recent early spring warmth. Our Parsnips, Leeks and Sprouting...

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