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AldourieCastleEstate 9m
It's amazing what little passion and creativity can result in. Tuck in and enjoy!
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GrowMad 3h
Always plant Sweetcorn in blocks rather than rows, this helps with pollination. Try and avoid planting varieties with similar fruit dates, they will cross-pollinate. Plant earlies with lates, they 'tassel' or pollinate several weeks apart
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AgribusinessKe Feb 9
Growing your own food saves household expenditures on food; poor people in poor countries generally spend a substantial part of their income (50% – 70%) on food. Growing the relatively expensive vegetables therefore saves money as well as on bartering of produce.
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Rob Smith Aug 14
So I’ve harvested my earth chestnuts (Bunium bulbocastrum) for the first time! This pretty plant looks like Queen Anne’s lace when it flowers, but it has these little tubers underneath that taste like chestnut when boiled! I mice them through cous cous👍🏻
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Floriferous Garden Jun 24
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Rob Smith Aug 12
Have a great everyone🌱 . Whether you grow in your garden, on the balcony or in your garden, we can all celebrate and share our harvests! . If you have a glut, why not offer to swap? .
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Red House Aug 8
Damson jam stewing away today in the cafe. Straight from damson tree in the garden.
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Melissa Stone Jul 3
I should be reading dense feminist theory but I wanted to make this garden instead. 🤷🏻‍♀️🌱
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Sharanya Ari May 25
First reap for the season. Baby bitterguard. :)
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NTKingstonLacy 3h
The is full of vibrant colour, scent and texture at this time of year. Visit our produce shop to take a little bit of it home with you. 🌻
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Rob Smith Aug 20
‘Oyster Leaf’ or ‘Sea Bluebell’? . Whatever you call it, this pretty little perennial vegetable gives you a flavour similar to the expensive shellfish with a salty note and fleshy leaves. . Perfect to add to stir-fries or wilt down and serve with scrambled eggs
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Stephen Gore Jul 15
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Darren Venables Jul 19
One of my amazing gardeners Lucy, plaiting some of our crop from the ready for use by
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LovelyPlot Jul 27
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Jennifer Garlen Jun 19
We're in high squash season in the kitchen garden. I have to pick them daily to keep up.
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Jennifer Garlen Jul 1
State of the garden on July 1 - I'll be pulling the squash (vine borers have arrived) over the holiday and replacing them with blackeye and purple hull peas.
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Aunt Jill in Kansas® 🌻 Aug 18
Having . Potatoes, carrots, squash from garden.
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Bimble Garden 🍁 Aug 14
Chick pea pickings today 🥳 Plenty to add into a bean salad for dinner 😃
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SangeenKhanYousafzai Jun 14
Good morning..!!Ladyfingers(okra)..😊
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Rekha'sGardenKitchen Jul 31
It may be Summer, but I am getting my "winter greens" ready.
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