Although making your own compost seems very overwhelming, it really isn't, I promise. It is an inexpensive, natural process that converts your kitchen and garden waste into valuable and nutrient rich food that will keep your garden growing year after year
This year I decided to be brave (and patient) and grow some of my vegetables from seed. I have made numerous mistakes along the way, although they do say that mistakes are proof that you are trying, however I am pleased to say that I now have lots of healthy looking plants
If I was asked to recommend one thing for anyone to grow, whether you are just starting out or an experienced allotmenteer, it would be potatoes....the number one vegetable crop in the world and....the resistant starch, found in cooked and cooled potatoes, is considered a superfood for your gut, what more could you want?
Welcome to my new blog, 'GROW', where I will be providing you with 'grow your own' advice, giving you an insight into to our local producers and walking you through some special recipes from the garden....we don't want all of that produce to go to waste