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The compost heap is the very heart of an organic garden. It acts both as a waste disposal and fuel supply and every garden, no matter how small, should have one.
Autumn is just around the corner which means it is time to lift and store the harvest.
Garlic is one of the most pungent and life-enhancing vegetables you can grow and it does surprisingly well in our rather soggy northern climate.
One of the most enjoyable problems you can have as a gardener is the summer glut.
As you harvest early vegetables you can often find yourself left with patches of bare soil.
I must confess that I am not the tidiest gardener. My shed is a mess and my greenhouse a jumble.
Potatoes are one of the easiest and most forgiving vegetables you can grow and I always urge people to give them a try.
A good drop of rain and plenty of sunshine means that the vegetable garden should be really productive now.
Praise the Lord it has rained at last. I enjoy a bit of sunshine as much as the next man but undiluted it does make gardening hard work.
The courgette season is upon us. When I was a nipper I used to dread the sight of a courgette.