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MINI CHALLENGE TWO - REDUCING THE PLASTIC

The Edible Gardens of Glendower is talking about growing Something else from Wellington

When this challenge came out my initial thought was “I hardly use any plastic in the garden”  Then I looked in the plastic rubbish bin in my garden shed. I was shocked to see it was full of plastic, and I hadn’t even thou...

Read on | comments | Posted at 19:09pm on 25th September 2018

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Ways to get kids involved

Rachel Fox is talking about growing Cucumber from Wellington

Well Miss 8 has dug out her fav Yates Young Gardener.


It has so many great ideas. Her fav she wants to try is growing a cucumber in a bottle. Follow along for this and other experiments we tr...

Read on | comments | Posted at 06:09am on 25th September 2018

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COLLARD GREENS

The Edible Gardens of Glendower is talking about growing Broccoli, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Kale from Wellington

I planted a pile of collard in autumn for winter eating because I had seen a couple of tasty looking recipes calling for collard greens … but I didn’t eat any of it!

I liked the sound of it – I liked the look of it &n...

Read on | comments | Posted at 18:09pm on 24th September 2018

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My Tomato Baby

Rachel Fox is talking about growing Tomato from Wellington

Sorry guys, Have been a bit MIA but I will try be better this week. 

I have finally done some planting YAY!! and the weather is OK very spring.

This is my new tomato, I have decided to start him in this covered spot of my d...

Read on | comments | Posted at 10:09am on 24th September 2018

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PARADISE LOST

The Edible Gardens of Glendower is talking about growing Broad beans, Cabbage from Wellington

A few crazy busy days, mean I’ve had little time in my garden…. just enough to water my tomato seedlings and pick things for dinner. 

I am feeling a bit desperate – the grass amongst the onions is relentless, the...

Read on | comments | Posted at 17:09pm on 23rd September 2018

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