Tag Easy grow vegetables

Best foods crops to grow – getting through the Covid-19 lockdown

A guide to growing quick and easy vegetables during the Cov-19 lock-down. Make the most of your ve garden or window box. Also – how to store your vegetables.

Weird & attractive vegetables to grow this year

An usual assortment of great tasting and nutritious vegetables that will also make great additions to the ornamental border as well as the dinner plate!

Potato Blight: Organic control methods

Organic methods for avoiding the dreaded potato blight which will turn your potatoes into a black mush unless quick treatment.

Mildew resistant Courgettes varieties

Courgette can take a real hammering from powdery mildew. Here are a few resistant varieties and methods for minimising infection.

Vegetables to grow in containers

As our gardens shrink, it’s a good idea to start growing our vegetables in containers. There are many benefits to this method of gardening.

Growing Runner Beans [how-to guide]

An organic guide for growing runner beans in any size garden. How to get the most out of your crop and recommended bean varieties.

Small garden vegetables

Here are some vegetable selections that you might want to try if you want to use the space in your garden sparingly

Mushrooms kits – log dowels

There are so many dowel kits to choose from – buying exotic mushrooms can be expensive, but it’s easy to grow them from your own back garden in logs.

A climbing courgette for small gardens

What really makes this variety special and lead me to make such a compulsive order is that it is a climbing variety of courgette. Yes, you heard me correctly – a climbing courgette!

Growing Courgettes

A growers guide to courgettes: Courgettes are very easy to grow and will provide you will a good, sustained crop throughout the summer months.

A guide to chitting & growing Potatoes

A complete guide to chitting & growing potatoes and getting the most out of your crop

Guide to seed Potato varieties

An allotment or vegetable patch would simply not be complete without a run of potatoes. With so many varieties to choose from, it’s a good idea to do a little research to find the best suited for your garden.

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