by on April 27, 2014
in Vegetable Growing

To date I have one whole bed of Sweet Candle carrots sown with 266 bore holes in the bed, these are hopefully for the Welsh and National as well as for my Malvern display. Each bore hole is spaced out domino fashion at 6 inches apart and the holes were cored out with a pipe […]

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New World Record

by on April 23, 2014
in Vegetable Growing

Heartiest congratulations to Peter Glazebrook on smashing the current World Record for the heaviest Cauliflower. Peter weighed two on Easter Monday, the first one was only 51.15lb (23.22Kg) but the larger plant (the one featured on my blog) weighed 60.54lb (27.485kg) beating the existing 1999 record of 54lb 3oz (24.6kg). The trimming and weighing was witnessed by two […]

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Peter Glazebrook Onions

by on April 2, 2014
in Vegetable Growing

The exceptionally mild Winter we have experienced seems to be suiting Peter Glazebrook as his onions seem to be doing really well. These photos were taken on the 31st March with the onions on 16 green leaves which means that the youngest leaf is number 20, over halfway through leaf production already as he has never had […]

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