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Training Weekend

Hi All! What a great weekend at the Master Gardener training at Freiston. And how wonderful to meet so many lovely like-minded people. I’ve put up some posters already this morning, and am hoping to chat to a couple of folks when I’m out and about later today. The sun is shining and I’m also […]

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Reach for the sky

Reach for the skyMy seedlings are gaining height and ambition with warm spring weather and longer days. See seasonal tips below for some of my favourites (links open PDFs files) Come back soon for blogs by new Lincolnshire Master Gardeners… Keeping crops growing: Look after your aubergine, greenhouse cucumber, pepper, and indoor tomatoes, re-potting into larger containers as […]

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Seasonal and growing in March

Seasonal and growing in MarchSeeds are jumping out their packets as food growers welcome the warm(er) weather. With so many crop highlights, it’s tricky to know what to sow when and where. So read on for a swift, but handy guide. Please adjust timings for your local weather and growing conditions. And adjust for unusual, less traditional crops you […]

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The Joys of Growing Garlic

The Joys of Growing GarlicEXAMPLE BLOG by South London’s Claire Benson (before Lincolnshire MAster Gardeners join us)! After last year’s experiment of growing garlic for the first time I’m addicted! I grow it in a tub in my small patio garden and now much prefer home grown fresh garlic than the dry garlic available in the shops. When garlic […]

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Radish make the most of warmer weather

Radish make the most of warmer weatherEXAMPLE BLOG before Lincolnshire Master Gardeners join us… Radish plants are so impatient. Quickly growing from seed on a windowsill or snugly in a windowbox – and outdoors if your soil isn’t frozen or soggy (but read on if it is…) Plants only need a couple of spring months to grow penny-width roots to pull […]

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