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Seed saving for beginners – saving French bean seeds
Saving seeds from your climbing and bush ('French') bean plants is so easy there's really no excuse not to.
Seed saving for beginners – saving tomato seeds
It’s incredibly easy to save tomato seeds because the flower pollinates itself as it opens, so crosses are rare.
Seed saving for beginners – saving lettuce seeds
Lettuce is easy to save seed from, provided you have room (and a little patience)
Seed saving for beginners – saving pea seeds
Learn how to save seeds with our guide to the easiest crop of all - peas.
Indoors or outdoors, growing cucumbers is easy provided you take good care of the seedlings.
Slugs and snails: protecting seedlings with copper tape
Protect tender plants from slugs and snails with confidence, using copper tape and bottle cloches.
Growing Globe Artichokes
Globe Artichokes are a gourmet delight, and if you haven’t ever tried one then, well, you don’t know what you’re missing.
Beans are hugely popular vegetables and very easy to grow, so there is almost sure to be a bean out there that will be perfect for your garden.
Peas are one of the vegetable grower’s favourite plants. Easy and fun to grow, it’s well worth making room for some.
Seed saving – introduction
Saving seed can give you better germination, healthier plants and save you money. What are you waiting for?
Making biodegradable paper pots
How to make biodegradable pots from newspaper, with no clips, staples or pot former needed.
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