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Potatoes for Chelsea

The potatoes for Chelsea are looking extremely good at the moment, the haulms have been tied three times to prevent them from falling over on

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Millennium Class

The class consists of the following – A collection of Five Kinds of Vegetables �Four of each kind. Potatoes: white or coloured; Carrots: stump rooted;

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Parsley for Display

One element of my displays that the public rarely take much notice of but is a very important part of the whole display is parsley.

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Florence Fennel

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Leek Update

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Rust on Leeks

What crazy weather we had during July, I have never seen so much rain in all my life.  I built my house 35 years ago

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Parsnips and Tomatoes

I have had a very successful season with my vegetables from the greenhouses at Bangor, winning a Gold Medal at Hampton Court and a Gold

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Parsnips

I am often asked what is the best method of growing both long carrots and parsnips for the show bench. There are a number of

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Cucumbers

Starting from now, and through to the end of September, will see us right in the middle of the showing season. There will literally be

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Heaviest Onion

My attempt to beat the world record for the heaviest onion came to a grinding halt a few weeks ago. This was only my second

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