Author: Onya

Fighting foodflation in the garden

Costs are going up. Here in the Dibber & Boots garden, we are planning our coming food year with best Bang for Buck in mind. We love diversity and taste and reliability and novelty… but right now, I’m driven by value. Financial and nutritional bang for buck.

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Garlic is up

It is six 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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Grafted fruit trees

What is a grafted fruit tree? You may have heard the term but not really know what it means. Can’t you just grow a lemon, a plum or an apple from a seed?

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Autumn Umbellifer Soup

Whether from the freezer, or fresh harvest, root veg makes excellent soup, and we enjoy Autumn parsnip soup a LOT, as it is so easy and flexible..

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Essential Garden Books: Grow Fruit

If you are growing fruit for the first time, have inherited an orchard on your property, or looking to expand your fruit harvest, this book is seriously the go-to companion you will keep going back to.

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No-Worries Marmalade Cake

It is the jam and marmalade making season, but if you still have jars taking up space from last year, then it may be time to turn them into seriously easy, forgiving and thoroughly yummy cake. This is especially for customers in the shop who have tasted this cake and asked for the recipe. Let’s go.

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Level Zero Alliums

This is growing alliums at Level Zero, for absolute beginner gardeners. Learn to grow these first, then branch out into other tasty allium treats.

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