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Propagating From Seed Jan. 4, 2012, 1:15 p.m.
Vegetables and fruit Its probably safe to say that by far the majority of greenhouses and poly tunnels are put up with the intention of growing fruit and vegetables. Not only does the sheltered environment provide an opportunity to produce a wider range of edible crops than you can grow in the open garden, and
Vegetables And Herbs For The Greenhouse Jan. 4, 2012, 1:15 p.m.
Cultivation DIFFICULTY Easy, as long as you pay attention, but crops may be small. PLANT Put one or two seed potatoes in large pots (at least 30cm/12in). Using multipurpose compost or the contents of a growing bag, put a layer about 10cm (4in) deep at the bottom of the pot. Place the potato on this
Choosing The Right Pot Jan. 4, 2012, 1:15 p.m.
Choosing the right pot Other parts of these borders contain eye-catching plants such as the silvery-leafed and sky-blue flowered Teucrium fruticans and the gawky but pretty Victorian verbena, Verbena bonariensis. To complement the generous clumps of woolly-leafed Stachys byzantina, try adding an occasional bush of Rosa ‘Empress Josephine̵...