Masterclass Weekend

by on November 9, 2017
in Vegetable Growing

I was very happy with the way the Masterclass on Vegetables went last weekend, it was very well attended, the speakers were all excellent and the hotel arrangements, including staff and food, were top class. One of the first speakers on Saturday morning was supposed to be Marcus Powell who sadly had to pull out, […]

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Start of a new growing season

by on October 8, 2017
in Vegetable Growing

Once the shows are finished, the cleaning up starts once more as well as  propagating some leeks. We won another Gold at the recent Malvern Autumn show as well as The Best Exhibit in the show. Probably one of our best displays. Our on line shop has been updated with our new 2017 – 2018 […]

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Llanedwen Blanch Leek ‘New’

by on August 26, 2017
in Vegetable Growing

Two people have had a great influence on the selection and crossing of blanch leeks over the past decade or so. Ivor Mace was the first to introduce a new cross on the show scene with the ‘Welsh Seedling’ which won at the highest level for many years, indeed Ivor won with it last year […]

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Vegetable Masterclass Weekend

by on August 18, 2017
in Vegetable Growing

This will be my 19th consecutive Masterclass Weekend for gardening enthusiasts and I have tried to make it as interesting as possible whilst at the same time taxing our brains a little. It’s certainly increasingly difficult to continually get new speakers on varied topics. I am however convinced this weekend will be every bit as […]

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The Vegetable Masterclass Weekend

by on July 29, 2016
in Vegetable Growing

My 18th consecutive Masterclass Weekend is again being held at the Royal Victoria Hotel at the base of Snowdon in Llanberis, Gwynedd on Friday the 11th through to Sunday lunch time on the 13th of November. The Programme is below for your perusal.  If you are interested and require further information, my contact details are […]

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BioLift – Natural Disease Suppressant

by on May 31, 2016
in Vegetable Growing

Over the years I have often been asked to try out various new products, all of them claiming pretty near miraculous results. Some certainly do work such as Nutrimate and Charge. We are now exclusively selling BioLift. BioLift is a Natural Disease Suppressant that complies with organic certification EU-Bio VO 2092/917 EC 834/2007 BioLift is […]

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ONIONS LEEKS AND PARSNIPS ETC

by on April 24, 2016
in Vegetable Growing

It’s been some time since I posted a Blog as I have been rather busy. I am now on Twitter at least once a week and you can follow me on Medwyn Williams (@medwynsofanglesey). I thought that when I retired I would have more time to do other things, no such luck I’m afraid! I […]

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Heaviest Tomato Competitioin at Harrogate Show

by on February 7, 2016
in Vegetable Growing

Do you fancy yourself as a good tomato grower, then you should be able to grow Gigantomo to a very large size and possibly win the heaviest tomato at Harrogate this year. The autumn show at Harrogate is on the 16th to the 18th September. This year I have been able to persuade the Sponsors […]

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Leeks and Onions

by on January 14, 2016
in Vegetable Growing

Unless the weather improves quickly it’s going to be very difficult to get the soil cultivated down on the land, it’s simply sopping wet right through. We have had the rare odd day when the sun has come out but as soon as it happens it starts to rain once more. I was thinking this […]

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Weather

by on December 29, 2015
in Vegetable Growing

I have never seen as much rain as we had on Boxing Day, the heavens opened up for most of the day with Anglesey damn near cut off from the mainland. Both main arteries to North Wales were impassable with the A55 and A5 completely flooded over. We had rain throughout November, every day, and […]

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