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Medlar Trees, Pears
Plums, Quince
Raspberries
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VEGETABLES
Asparagus
Beetroot, Broad Beans
Brussels Sprouts
Cauliflower
Carrots, Courgettes
Cucumber - Ridge
French Beans
Kohlrabi
Leek, Lettuce
Mustard
Planting onion sets
Onions from seed
Parsnips,
Peas, Potatoes
Radish, Rhubarb
Runner Beans, Spinach
Swede, Sweetcorn
Sweet Peppers,
Sweet Potatoes,
Swiss Chard, Tomatoes

HERBS
Basil, Bay Trees
Garlic, Marjoram
Mint, Parsley
Rosemary, Sage

RAISED BEDS
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TECHNIQUES
Crop Rotation
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TREES AND SHRUBS
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Shrub Finder - select shrubs for your garden conditions

PLANTS
Chinese Lantern plants
Fuchsia, Lily of the Valley
Phalaenopsis Orchids
 

HERB CARE GUIDES FOR THE UK

Herbs make a huge difference to the taste of food and that's what makes growing them so pleasurable. Most of them also look good in any garden and some, rosemary for instance, can outdo many flowering evergreens for year round interest. Many herbs are not particularly difficult to grow in the UK and many, such as mint, are so vigorous that they need to to be grown only in containers. Others, such as sage, are easy to grow but do require that you follow some simple rules if they are to be successful.

Bay trees
Basil Care
Bay trees
Bay Tree Care

Growing Marjoram
Corsican Mint
How to Grow Mint
Rosemary cutting
Rosemary Care
flat leaf parsley
Parsley
Common garden sage
Sage

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