Three ways to use wild garlic

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Three ways to use wild garlic

Posted 27 / 04 / 2020

Springtime riverbanks all over the UK are carpeted with beautiful, fragrant wild garlic. This is one of my favourite foraging crops, and it’s super versatile for use in the kitchen. Like bulb garlic, wild garlic has lots of beneficial properties and can lower cholesterol and blood pressure. Finding wild garlic Chances are, you’ll smell it […]

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Potting up and potting on

Posted 13 / 04 / 2020

For me, potting up is one of the most exciting springtime garden jobs. This is when you introduce seedlings or rooted cuttings to their first pot – their first home! If you’ve been sowing seeds or propagating cuttings in your greenhouse, around April time they will be ready to pot up. Often, people I speak […]

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Recipe: veggie mushroom burgers

Posted 28 / 03 / 2020

There are lots of different vegetarian burger patties on the market available to buy, but there’s something really satisfying about tucking into your own recipe. I often cook this when I fancy a treat, and the good news is these mushroom burgers are packed with protein and fibre, B vitamins and selenium, a powerful antioxidant […]

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Growing your own bonsai tree

Posted 08 / 03 / 2020

The Japanese word bon-sai literally translates to ‘planted in a container’, and this peaceful and attractive art form is the practice of training tree seedlings into attractive miniature shapes. Bonsai has been around for over a thousand years, originating in China and being reinterpreted in Zen buddhism. Buying your own bonsai tree is an easy way […]

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Boxing Day recipe: root vegetable tatin

Posted 21 / 12 / 2019

After all the festivities of Christmas Day, it’s nice to know that a tasty, filling spread can be easily knocked up on Boxing Day without very much fuss. This root vegetable tatin is a base of crisp, buttery puff pastry topped with blue cheese, roast carrots, parsnips and potato that looks great on the table […]

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3 festive wreath decorating projects

Posted 09 / 12 / 2019

A sure sign that Christmas is around the corner are all the beautiful festive wreaths we see decking front doors and windows. I love them! Whether you’re a Christmas traditionalist or a minimal fashionista, there are festive wreath decorations you can easily make by hand and display with pride. And the really good part? It’s […]

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