The peppers needed pricking out

Last weekend, some of our peppers needed pricking out. For those of you totally new to growing, "pricking out" is the term used for transplanting recently germinated seedlings into their first pot or cell tray. After this, it is typically referred to as "potting on" or "planting out" depending on whether you're upgrading the plant's... Continue Reading →

A series of unfortunate events

In the gardening world (or in life generally, to be honest), you can't have everything go exactly to plan. Although overall, we're having a very good growing season and are enjoying lots of tasty produce that we've been growing. However, we wanted to share a couple of things that haven't gone quite (or at all!)... Continue Reading →

Sugar snap peas – three ways

Now we've started picking the sugar snap peas, they just keep coming. We've had them for countless meals now (not that we're complaining!), so we wanted to share our top three meals with you. Vegetable stir fry (you can even see a few bits of purple cauliflower here!) Green Thai curry (oh, and more purple... Continue Reading →

Peculiar horizontal cucumbers

As you'll know if you've been following our blog posts, we've been growing three varieties of outdoor cucumbers this year: Marketmore, Tasty King and Diva. My favourites are the Diva, a snack size cucumber. I harvested this one shortly after taking the photo and ate it before it even got out of the garden! Next... Continue Reading →

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