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Growing Nasturtiums
Nasturtium flowers are edible and have a strong peppery taste, perfect as a colourful garnish to a dish. This series shows the growing, staking/supporting and picking of Nasturtiums.






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Planting and Growing Elephant Garlic in Pots
A 'how to' series of growing Elephant Garlic in pots Autumn






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Hügelkultur
Hügelkultur is a German word that translates to hill culture and is a horticultural technique where wood and other compostable material is mounded to create a raised bed that promotes soil fertility and water retention.






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Planting a Herb Basket Step-by-Step
With their concentration of texture and aroma, herbs suit most areas of the garden, whether peeping out of a window box, spilling over a couple of pots by the kitchen door, plumping out a herbaceous border or tumbling out of a hanging basket.






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Growing Micro Greens
A step by step series on growing micro greens - coriander, basil, sorrel, beetroot and mixed salad leaves.






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Rustic Micro Herb Planters
A great project to give you herbs, but not so many that you don't know what to do with them.






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Making Grape Jam from Glut of Fruit
Step by step guide of how to make Grape Jam






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Tiered Plastic Bottle Herb Planters
Recycled water bottles used for growing herbs as a tiered vertical planter.






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Charles Dowding Winter Vegetables
The guru of no-dig gardening, Charles Dowding has followers from across the world and shows here that vegetables can be grown year round including during the winter months with minimal effort.






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Tin Can Lettuce Planters
Vertical planting made super simple - tin cans and garden twine is all you need to recreate this cool and cheap planters. Cleverly arranged to catch the water from above when watered - also great for herbs or succulents.






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