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No-plant, Dig-only: Cold Dressing

No-plant, Dig-only: Cold Dressing

The NO-PLANT,DIG-ONLY vegetable garden methodology has liberated my freezer and fridge from their horticultural storage duties and hence the accommodation is now a little too ample for my six cans of lager and year old bag of frozen peas. Therefore I have decided to optimize the space by converting them into summer wardrobes. On a […]

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No-plant, Dig-only: Aspiring Little Greens People

No-plant, Dig-only: Aspiring Little Greens People

Many youngsters who are being forced-fed vegetables by their parents and overzealous school dinner ladies have contacted me to express their support for the NO-PLANT, DIG-ONLY vegetable garden. Many have asked for more details on how to get their parents involved and maybe even start a school horticulture project with obligatory integration of the produce […]

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Deety’s 2012 gardening tips

Deety’s 2012 gardening tips

The best advice I can give is to plant and harvest early and don’t bother with any late December vegetables. Think Fresh: 2012 is not a good year for preserves. 2012 Vegetables are best eaten fresh or sold for cash. Do not give credit or accept long term payments. Horticultural alignment is in fashion this […]