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June 4, 2020
Little Known Secrets on How To Grow Butternut Squash

Butternut Squash is a winter squash that is eaten only when it reaches maturity. You will be surprised to know that it is quite rich in nutrients, fibre, and complex carbohydrates. It also has potassium, iron, niacin, and beta carotene (that converts into Vitamin A in the body). This pear-shaped fruit with a pale yellow […]

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May 28, 2020
The Best Way to Grow Wasabi at Home

It is much easier to grow wasabi in your backyard than you thought. If you consider that many gardeners consider wasabi a difficult plant to nurture and maintain. The thing is that wasabi is particularly picky about humidity, temperature, water content, and the environment. You need to be patient as wasabi can take up to […]

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May 28, 2020
Experts Tips on How You Grow Red Onions

Before we get into how you grow red onions, we would like to highlight some interesting tidbits about them. Red onions are sometimes referred to as purple onions due to the purplish-red skin and white flesh with red tinges. They are usually medium to large and have a delicious sweet flavour. You can either eat […]

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May 26, 2020
Having Mush-Room for Morel Mushrooms

If you have eaten wild morel mushrooms, you will know what a very delicious delicacy they are. Those who grow these tasty fungi don’t tell their friends or neighbours about them lest they all come morel hunting! Unfortunately though, in any case, these mushrooms aren’t that easy to find and when you go to market, […]

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April 10, 2020
Quick and dirty tips - Grow your own oranges and lemons

Some top tips on growing your own oranges and lemons. Let them breathe. All citrus plants like to be outdoors over the summer, so take them out of the greenhouse or porch and put them on the patio between June and September. Give them the right soil. You can buy special citrus compost; failing that […]

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April 10, 2020
How To Force Rhubarb

A frosty morning. Freezing fog hung low among the branches, and all was silent save the shrill calls of small birds clattering about in the willows behind my plot. Too cold to dig, too early to sow, and apple trees slippery with ice so I couldn’t climb up and prune them. What to do? As […]

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