How To Grow – Allotment Gardening

How To Grow

Tips On Growing Asparagus

Asparagus

Not a vegetable crop for the inpatient gardener, to get any thing near a decent crop it takes 2yrs of growing.

Tips On Growing Aubergine

Aubergine

An increaseingly popular plant to grow, and all the effort is worth it to see the large dark fruits at the end.

Tips On Growing Beetroot

Beetroot

A very popular veg with home growers, its relatively easy to grow and can be harvested when its young and tender.

Tips On Growing Broad Beans

Broad Beans

With a minimum of effort by the grower, plants will yield a substantial harvest from the end of May to early October.

Tips On Growing Broccoli

Broccoli

An easy and rewarding member of the cabbage family, that comes in three main types, purple, white or green (Calabrese).

Tips On Growing Brussels Sprouts

Brussels Sprouts

It is possible to pick sprouts seven months of the year. Early varieties in September and finishing up in March.

Tips On Growing Cabbages

Cabbages

By choosing the right varieties and staggered sowing, its quite possible to have cabbage ready to harvest nearly all year round.

Tips On Growing Carrots

Carrots

Fresh home growm carrots have a flavour and sweetness like none others. Easy to grow, with simple ground preperation.

Tips On Growing Cauliflower

Cauliflower

A very rewarding veg. To produce large white heads the plant requires some T.L.C. The home grown flavour and taste is worth it.

Tips On Growing Courgette and Marrow

Courgette & Marrow

A quite satisfying veg to grow, and with a little care will produce an abundant crop in most seasons.

Tips On Growing Cucumber

Cucumber

Cucumbers can be quite temperamental to grow from seed, they need warmth to germinate and careful watering.

Tips On Growing Potatoes

Potatoes

The backbone of many meals. A simple versatile crop to grow and care for in most soils or situations.

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