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Soil

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It might not be easy to get perfect soil, but you can make your soil a little more useful. By adding organic material and constantly working your soil, you will improve it – but it can be a slow job that takes many seasons.   Plants need air for their... more

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Leeks

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Leeks have to be the simplest plants to grow, and they are so forgiving. Normally they are to be sown in the early spring and then planted out more or less by late spring.   But you can find the plants, each about the size of a pencil, in garden... more

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Lawn

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If I was a blade of grass I would say we just had a brilliant summer! Warmish, wet, never too hot nor dry. In order to keep the lawn in good order it is time to do a little work. The most important, having given the lawn a cut, is... more

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Jerusalem artichoke

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Jerusalem artichokes are so very much underrated these days, but it is a very useful plant. It is not related to globe artichokes, and in fact is a member of the sunflower family. The reasons for growing them are twofold. First they grow large, and therefore make a great windbreak.... more

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Begonia

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There are lots of begonias out there these days, tiny wee ones that have delicate waxy flowers to enormous double ones (and even bigger) that catch your eye. They have always had a tendency to brightness, and these days you can get some that are so vivid they are almost... more

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