Happy Halloween

Louies Home Grown Pumpkins. Enough pumpkin soup to feed the street…

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Claiming Our New Plot Yesterday!

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raised beds get even higher!

We created this vegetable garden for our customer a couple of years ago. This month we were asked to raise the beds even higher so as to make tending even easier.The new timber boards will soon tone down and blend in as they naturally weather.We imported about 7 cubic metres of iow compost and local...

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Seasonal Sunflowers

In our own garden we have really enjoyed growing these giants. They were grown from organic seeds, called Russian Mammoths. Sown directly last May in our flower bed that was planned to give us cut flowers and to attract pollinating and predatory insects. They were very successful (admittedly with li...

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Our first crops at home

Having lived for many years in poky flats with out any outdoor space, it goes without saying how enjoyable it has been for me, Jem and Louie to share in new gardening experiences that are our own, now that we have a lovely south facing garden. Radish was recommended for an easy, quick first crop, [&...

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Grow your own at home!

Our first harvest of button cup mushrooms. Organically grown, and harvested in the kitchen what could be a nicer fresher way to make mushroom risotto?!Even if you haven’t the space outside for growing your own vegtables this method for growing mushrooms is quick, clean, easy and occupies very ...

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