Kitchen Garden

IN THE GREENHOUES

HARVESTING AND PLANTING

ne of the great joys of growing edible crops undercover is being able to harvest a fresh selection of tasty fruit and veg through much of the year. Because you can start sowing and planting earlier than outside in the garden, by May you should have plenty of crops growing. The secret of successful polytunnel growing is to grow

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