Your Garden

A little patience will pay off

Vegetables If the weather seems to promise an early spring, it is tempting to rush into seed-sowing, but a cautious approach will pay off later, with fewer plant losses.

Crop rotation important for healthy garden

Crop rotation important for healthy garden

Vegetables Crop rotation may sound overly scientific for the ordinary gardener, but it is an important way of getting the most from the vegetable garden while minimising the risk of diseases such as club root in cabbages or basal rot (caused by Fusarium oxysporum) in onions, garlic and leeks.

Your garden

Your garden

Vegetables

Depending on their position and soil types, not all gardens can be cultivated intensively from now on.

Your garden: Timely reminders

This week's tips for your garden.

Your garden: Preparing for winter

This week's tips for your garden.

Now is the time to plant

This week's tips for your garden.

Maintenance is especially important

This week's tips for your garden.

Mixing vegetables with flowers

This week's tips for your garden.

Crops sown in autumn almost ready for pulling

This week's tips for your garden.

Your garden: Lots able to be grown

This week's tips for your garden.

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