A home grown winter salad!

Around a week or so ago, I had the last salad of the year from our veg garden.  Everything was homegrown and it included: tomatoes – yellow and red cucumber radishes rocket pak choi courgette chives lemon balm We (i.e. my husband) planted the cucumber and courgettes quite late and although we didn’t have great
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Our garlic harvest!

Back in February we bought three garlic bulbs for £5 at Seedy Sunday in Brighton.  My hubby did a great job of planting them, watering them and working out when they were ready to harvest.   We also had a little assistance from the garlic farm cook book, which tells you about the different types of garlic,
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Is it cost effective to grow your own veg part 2!

At the beginning of the summer my husband set up a raised organic vegetable patch and we wondered if it would be cost effective.  He planted Little Gem, Pak Choi, Mange Tout, Sugar Snaps, Potatoes, Onions, Tomatoes, Corn, Radishes, Carrots and Cucumbers. We had the following results: Little Gem – this has lasted and lasted!  It
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