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Massive perennial kales

Perennial kales were one of the first perennial vegetables I tried to acquire and from that time to this they have always been a mainstay of my garden.  This year they have surpassed themselves in growing even more massive than … Continue reading

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Ground breaking parsnips

Parsnips are not usually thought of as ground breaking vegetables in any sense of the word; but these may be. I scattered a few parsnip seeds, with flowers and herbs in a bed (above) and this monster (below) is one of … Continue reading

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The garden is bursting with life!

Just a quick post to say that after the ravages of the bad winter, freezing spring and the garden being battered by the erection of new fencing – it now looks wonderful and absolutely bursting with growth. Hidden in the … Continue reading

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