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Tagged: How to Grow Root Vegetables

  • haxnicks- grow at home- how to grow turnips- turnip growing tips

    How to Grow Turnips from seed (plus are they the same as swedes?)

    Turnips are an easy to grow crop to grow at home. And if you've been put off by the ...

  • How to Grow your own Maca Root in containers

    How to Grow your own Maca Root in containers

    Maca, also known as Peruvian ginseng, is a versatile and nutritious root vegetable ideally suited to growing in the UK. Great for your edible garden, tiny gardens, balconies or anyone wil and urban small space garden.  

    It can be used in a variety of ways from supplementing your diet to adding to your stew. It is currently sweeping the internet as the next superfood so here is all you need to know to grow Maca from seed and make your own maca powder.

  • Rootrainers prevent birds pulling out onion sets

    Exploring the rhizosphere: how to grow trouble free onion sets

    Rootrainers are what I've chosen for years to grow overwintering onion sets, garlic and...

  • December Edition: Grow your Christmas dinner vegetables

    December Edition: Grow your Christmas dinner vegetables

    Time to Harvest your Christmas Dinner Vegetables Harvest your leeks a week or so befor...

  • June Edition: Grow your Christmas dinner

    June Edition: Grow your Christmas dinner

    Another month has passed us by, and the worst of the weather and last frost should have, hopefully, been and gone. Temperatures and daylight hours increase this month meaning lots of our Christmas vegetables - Brussels Sprouts, Leeks and Swede - sown or grown back in April and May, are now ready to be transplanted into the garden.

  • May Edition:  Grow your Christmas dinner

    May Edition: Grow your Christmas dinner

    Since sowing the first of the Christmas vegetable seeds back in April lots of exciting developments should have happened and now plants some can be transplanted outside or to their final growing positions. Additional Christmas vegetables can be sown now including swede, carrots and red cabbage. If you didn’t have time to sow your own vegetables or they weren’t successful there are lots of vegetable plug plants available.