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Using diverse crops to ensure a yield (2)

If my garden is not resilient it is nothing; and as the summer moves on this is becoming ever more apparent.  The garden may be small, but for the area it occupies it is productive and I hope to improve … Continue reading

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Growing Oca (2)

There is a lot of interest in growing oca – the post back in April https://annisveggies.wordpress.com/2011/04/09/growing-oca/ is one of the most visited ones on the blog – so I thought it was time for a quick update on how it is … Continue reading

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Growing Oca

I grew oca for the first time last year and loved it.  The taste of the tubers has been described as lemony potatoes and that is a good description.  It was hard not to eat them all but I wanted to … Continue reading

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Forest Gardening in Miniature (2)

If you are reading this you are almost certainly acquainted with what a forest garden is.  If you are not then go to http://www.agroforestry.co.uk/forgndg.html to see Martin Crawford walking in and talking about his forest garden.  His garden is utterly lovely … Continue reading

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Forest gardening in miniature

From the first day I read about edible forest gardens, back in 2005, I have wanted to plant one.  As our garden is on the small side I have used the principles of forest gardening and adapt them to my situation.  The garden is … Continue reading

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