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It is very important to be able to identify weeds, otherwise you can’t tell whether they are annual or perennial.
Radish is a cool-season, fast-maturing, easy-to-grow vegetable. Garden radishes can be grown wherever there is sun and moist, fertile soil, even on the smallest city lot.
This makes a tasty starter in no time at all.
The Seed Program Description The Seed Program for Windows is a database system for garden seeds. Use it to help organize your seeds -- keep track of what seeds you have purchased, where they are from, how old they are or what seeds you need to buy.
The National Vegetable Society or NVS is a charity dedicated to advancing the culture, study and improvement of vegetables offering help and advice to novice and expert show grower alike.
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Here are some sample screens from Seed Program . To learn more about this program and try the evaluation version, click here . Main Screen
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Although our full product range can be found here on our website with more detailed descriptions than our simple printed literature we full appreciate some people like to have something on paper to read - and of course a paper catalogue is easier to read in the garden shed or perhaps even in bed! To receive copies of our literature by post simply tick the boxes for the catalogues you require and complete your personal details. To download copies of our literature as Adobe .pdf's (that you can then print out yourself) simply click the 'direct download' link for the catalogue(s) you want and they will open in your browser - from where you can print or save them.
History Wild Carrot Today Nutrition Cultivation Recipes Trivia Links Home Contact Cultivation of the Carrot Dealing with carrot fly.
Rhubarb or "pie plant" is prized for use in pies, tarts, and sauces. Only the petioles are eaten, although herbal remedies use the leaves and roots.
Gardening links for vegetables and vegetable growing. Sites for advice and tips on vegetables and vegetable growing plus a section on allotments .
Support your local woods: use coppiced hazel beanpoles to support your beans this year! The area of coppice in the UK has fallen dramatically since the 1950s and we need to bring these woods back into management Hazel coppice provides valuable habitat for animals such as the dormouse, nightingales, warblers and many more species Coppicing is a traditional and sustainable form of woodland management that ensures a continuous supply of useful products Hazel beanpoles provide an attractive and effective addition to your garden To find a local supplier or an event check out the websites below www.allotmentforestry.com or www.coppice-products.co.uk or call the Green Wood Centre on 01952 432769 A celebration of coppice products.