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Do I Need to Dig my Vegetable Allotment Every Year?

The answer to this question is not necessarily. It might surprise those of you who are used to digging over their vegetable allotment religiously every year ...

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Basic Gardening Tools for Beginners

When you first take up gardening as a hobby you will probably head for your local garden center in search of some essential gardening accessories and tools. ...

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What Gardening Can I Do in Late Winter

Okay, so it’s later winter, it’s freezing cold and you can’t for the life of you imagine what you could possibly be doing in your garden right now. Surely the ...

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How to Grow Peter Peppers (or Hot Penis Pepper)

I began my search for Peter (Penis) Peppers on the Internet as I had been told that my best bet for finding an abundant source of Peter Pepper Chili Peppers ...

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Growing Vegetables in Pots and Containers

As an avid gardener myself, I was frustrated by the fact that when I returned to live in my home island of Guernsey the only place I could afford to rent did ...

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The Advantages of Growing Vegetables in Planter Bags

As many of my regular readers will know, I am a keen vegetable grower, both on allotments and in outdoor containers. Growing any kind of vegetable in ...

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How to Start a New Vegetable Allotment

In the Beginning….. Following my success growing vegetables in containers last year, I decided to expand my efforts this year and also start up my own ...

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How to Grow a Dustbin or Garbage Can of Potatoes

Even if you don’t have a garden it is possible to grow a dustbin or garbage can of potatoes in a very small yard or garden. Not only will you get a really good ...

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Discover 10 of the Most Expensive & Profitable Vegetables to Grow

If you want to get started growing vegetables for profit, it can be a very rewarding experience, especially if you grow them organically. Today there is a huge ...

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How to Sow / Plant Seeds Large and Small

One of the trickiest skills to get right in gardening is sowing seeds correctly, especially when some seeds are little more than dust wrapped in a scrap of ...

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