One of the problems with this website is that it’s big. There’s an awful lot on here and even I forget things at time. That’s one reason we’re planning to re-organise it later in the year. Many thanks to all those who helped out with the survey the other month as well, it’s pointed up some areas where I can improve things for you, the visitor, so you can get the most from the site.
In the meantime, we’ve got some new articles online for you.
My pal John Trim is a fantastic show grower, vegetable show judge and horticultural lecturer. He’s written a series of articles on show growing vegetables for us. Even if you don’t grow to show, there’s some good tips to help us table growers in there.
Growing Show Potatoes
- Growing Show Potatoes Introduction
- Growing Show Potatoes Cultivation
- Growing Show Potatoes Harvesting & Showing
Growing Carrots for Show
- Growing Stump Rooted Carrots For Show – Preparation
- Growing Stump Rooted Carrots For Show – Cultivation to Show
Growing Leeks for Show
Growing Peas for Show
Then my friend Dick Handscombe in Spain has sent in a couple of articles for us. The first, Herbs for the allotment, makes some suggestions for herbs to grow on the plot. His second is an introduction to polytunnels covering some of the benefits they offer: Polytunnels for productivity
Finally, we’ve added some more videos to the Garden TV pages:
That lot should keep you going for a bit!