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It’s Chutney Time!

It’s Chutney Time!Still got a few marrows left? A couple of pumpkins hanging around? Are there still a few handfuls of green tomatoes doggedly hanging off the vines? Then it’s the perfect time to get making chutneys! And if you have access to some apples, even windblown ones, you can add a couple of those to your […]

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One down ……….

Just returned from our first appointment with our first household, and it went very well! They’ve signed up, which is a big bonus ….. They also appear to be very keen, which will help us a huge amount …. Bring on the next !

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First customer

Dave and I are off within the next few minutes to meet our first victims – sorry, clients ….. Sooo exciting ….

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Have you seen Allium leaf mining fly?

Have you seen Allium leaf mining fly?The Allium leaf mining fly is a tiny pest that is causing havoc in leek and onion crops. It was first identified in 2003 in a garden in Wolverhampton it is gradually spreading outwards across gardens and allotments. Garden Organic’s Pauline Pears has found the pest on her allotment in Leamington Spa for the first […]

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The Beauty of the Cardoon

The Beauty of the CardoonI’d heard of cardoons, but didn’t have the foggiest what they were. Until I saw this lovely specimen grown at Ryton….

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