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Becoming a beekeeper is a brave step for anyone because as soon as you start to think about it millions of questions flood the mind straight away. moreRead more
Bee Blog July The bee’s brain, no bigger than a crumb and divided into many separate ganglia or tiny brains, is doing an awful lot of hard work. In a manic search for nectar bees fly hard, fast and low, avoiding obstacles, choosing which is the best food supply and... moreRead more
This is a wonderful dish, based on Basque cooking, where the basic colours are red, green and white. A really tasty... moreRead More
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- Grow your own vegetables in pots and containers
Grow your own vegetables in pots and containers
- Bubbles, Bathbombs and other bathtime treats
This book takes the reader through the art of making glycerine soaps, and then other ...
- Cooking Britain
Iconic traditional recipes from the British Isles
Diana Peacock takes you through the regions of Britain ...
- A Good Life
This book was originally published by The Good Life Press, and has been re-edited. “A ...
- Patio Produce
How to cultivate a lot of home-grown vegetables from the smallest possible space. When space ...
- The Allotment Manual
NEW IN PAPERBACK. This manual is essential for the budding or experienced allotment owner. Along ...
- The Urban Hen
This book shows you how to: find the best poultry for the small garden and ...