Tuesday, July 7, 2020
Blog: No effort or skill needed for a fruitful crop! When you're a new gardener, growing soft fruit bushes may seem a little daunting, especially when anyone mentions the dreaded 'p' word (pruning, that is). In 2011, I decided to start...

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‘Instant’ fresh veg from your windowsill

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