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Monthly Archives: April 2017

  • Claytonia

    what you need to know about claytonia

    This time of year is when many will harvest their claytonia plant. Claytonia isn't very well known in Britain. Claytonia is an attractive winter salad crop, rich in vitamin C. It is usually steamed much like spinach which it also resembles in taste. I have attached a recipe for homemade pasta with claytonia (miners lettuce).


  • Lime

    Growing Lime

    Try something new this spring. Why not try growing limes in your polytunnel this year. If you don’t have a polytunnel try  growing them somewhere a little warmer as limes are sensitive to cold. they’re best grown in a container which can spend the summer outside and the winter in Polytunnel.  A large container on a sunny patio. Supplied as a large specimen in a 5 liter pot, will begin producing fruit within 18 months.

  • Cauliflower

     what you need to know about cauliflower

    Now's the time to harvest your cauliflower if you used a polytunnel to get a couple of weeks ahead. If you don’t harvest the cauliflower as soon as it is ready it will continue to grow and the florets will begin to open spoiling its eating quality. Some varieties stand longer than others, so check the description in a seed catalogue. Below is a great recipe to use once you have harvested your cauliflower. http://www.bbcgoodfood.com/recipes/2638/cauliflower-tempura

  • Instant shelter takes racing by storm

    Instant shelter takes racing by storm

    Who hasn’t ever wondered what it's like to drive an F1 car? Its many peoples childhood dream to be a Formula 1 driver but unfortunately it's not as simple as that and that dream just gets forgotten about, but what if I told you that you could drive one round a race track and relive your childhood dream. Continue reading

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