Autumn is well and truly here, and it’s time to clear the decks for the winter days that sit on the horizon.Continue reading “Pruning Raspberry plants”
Siobhan in Wales has written in asking the following:
Continue reading “Ask Adam #4: Waiting for an allotment…”
What would you recommend for a beginner on the (long!) waiting list for a new allotment? What can they do while they wait?
This one goes out to all you new allotment holders out there…Continue reading “Working smart… Not hard.”
At the top the plot I’ve got some raised beds where I plan to grow some gooseberry plants and I thought I’d go over how I have recently prepared the raised beds.Continue reading “Preparing raised beds”
I’ve never grown raspberries and after a visit to Poland in August of last year, and seeing all of the lovely fruits that had grown, I made a mental note to grow some in the year ahead.
As you’ll see, allotments are a serious business in Poland and it’s one of my favourite places to get inspiration from.Continue reading “Autumn Bliss and Malling Promise Raspberries”
A few days ago I published an infographic from Sainsbury’s Money Matters about how to grow strawberries at home. This infographic is all about to grow in your own home. Mint has to be one of my favourite herbs of all time. When grown indoors, mint will last all year round and can be used for so many things. This video for example, shows you how to make your own mint tea.
Mint can be used to spruce up potatoes, peas and I’ve even seen it being used in jelly! Sainsbury’s Money Matters has this helpful info-graphic with advice on how to grow mint in a flat or apartment – they’ve also sent me a kit to use in my flat to help me get going!
I hope you find this as useful as I have!