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Growing Charlotte Potatoes
This series shows how you can grow Charlotte potatoes in a potato grow sack.






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Growing Potatoes in Compost Bags
This practical 'grow your own' series shows how you can grow potatoes in a small area of your garden by using old compost bags. In this series the variety 'Charlotte' is grown.






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Growing Butternut Squash 'Harrier'
A step-by-step practical series showing how to grow Butternut Squash variety 'Harrier'.






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Split-Level Cottage Garden
A rectangular split-level cottage garden, in a village near Sherborne, Dorset, is the perfect spot for outdoor dining and more.






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Room to Grow
Sarah Jarman’s city garden is a colourful extension of their townhouse in Leeds.






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Urban 'Cottage' Garden
With traditional country flowers, vintage pots, and some time-saving touches Lucy turned a drab space into a colourful and relaxing haven.






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Classic Country Cottage Garden
Pauline Fox transformed a bleak patio garden, softening paving and gravel with flower-filled planters, year-round colour and plenty of places to relax and enjoy the scenery.






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Biodegradable Fabric Seedling Bags
In this feature annual plants are grown and planted out in biodegradable non-woven fabric plant Seedling Bags. This is an alternative to using plastic pots or seed trays.






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Growing Potatoes in the Ground 'Ulster Prince'
A step-by-step series showing how to grow the potato variety 'Ulster Prince'. This variety is known for its boiling qualities and its good resistance to common and powdery scab. It is also a variety that has good drought resistance.






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Growing Calendula 'Oopsie Dasiy'
Easily add colour to a border with these quick and easy to grow Calendula - variety 'Oopsie Daisy'. Sown directly into the ground in late Spring, this variety provides colourful blooms with shades of pale orange and gold.






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