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Seed saving for beginners – saving French bean seeds

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

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

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

Seed saving for beginners – saving pea seeds

Learn how to save seeds with our guide to the easiest crop of all - peas.
Root vegetables: how to store carrots, parsnips, beetroot, swedes and turnips

Root vegetables: how to store carrots, parsnips, beetroot, swedes and turnips

With a little knowhow, you can store fresh root vegetables throughout the winter - and even into the spring.
Storing onions: how to make a string of onions

Storing onions: how to make a string of onions

Making a string of onions using a loop of twine as a hidden support gives them a professional look that won't unravel in storage.
Store eggs for months at a time

Store eggs for months at a time

How to store eggs from your own flock successfully for months at a time.
How to store eggs: fresh home-laid and shop-bought eggs

How to store eggs: fresh home-laid and shop-bought eggs

Home-produced eggs last longer than shop-bought ones because they have not been washed.
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