Author: Onya

Contactless travel cutlery

Giving my bag a tidy out this week I thought folks might like to see my super handy home made travel lunch kit. With contactless food pickup at the moment, it is also a way to be totally sure of where your eating tools have been.

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Hold on, folks

So close! We very nearly got to open the garden shop. Aah well, we are all safe and healthy, and that is what matters. We will have a crack again next Thursday Sep 23rd, if the lockdown ends. In the meantime…

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Early Spring is for beets

Cold nights and longer days – early Spring is ideal weather to plant beets, so here are our beet-files for you, plus a rippa quick recipe if you happen to have leftover beetroot from last year.💜

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NIGELLA in SPRING for Pollinators

Spring is here, and whilst the wind and chilly mornings are with us for a while yet, the pollinators are already busy.In our Level Zero flower calendar (the ‘just-chuck-em-in’ kind), Nigella are perfect to sow in September. Let’s go.

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A minute a day.

Holiday diets don’t work. They also don’t work in the garden. Find out why, and how to avoid the GroundHog Day syndrome that prevents long term success for beginners.

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Calendula in Winter for Pollinators

Spring is coming, and though the weather is still snappy-chilly, it won’t be long before our pollinators are buzzing about. In our Level Zero flower calendar (the ‘just-chuck-em-in’ kind), Calendula are perfect to sow in August (though any time Autumn to Spring is fine too).

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Three-trick pony

This is not a recipe, but a lesson I learned from my Gran about seeing past the recipe and looking at foods as resources first and meals second.

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Dividing Rhubarb in Winter

Our unstoppable heritage rhubarb is a powerhouse that barely rests, even in winter. At some point though, we need to divide the clumps to give them space to grow and stay healthy. Let’s go.

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Garlic is up

It is three and a half weeks since we chucked the Level Zero garlic in, and in mid-winter, they are up and happy. Let’s take a look..

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To the tunnels! 👉

With no greenhouse, we get a jump on the growing season with these easy temporary poly tunnels. With a few tips and tricks, give your plants the best chance for a head start.

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