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Kale is a hardy vegetable that thrives in cool weather. Learn how to grow Kale using these easy step by step pointers.
When growing tomatoes Germination should take around 7-10 days and once the seedlings have emerged thin out the weaker of the seedlings and then you can prick out the strongest seedling into its own 7.5 cm pot filled with compost.
Chard is a green leafed vegetable that makes a good alternative to spinach. Growing Chard can be easier than growing spinach as it is better able to withstand higher temperatures and water shortages.
Spinach is relatively easy to grow in cool climates and it is packed with nutrients such as iron, protein, vitamin A and chlorophyll.
One of the quickest growing vegetables around, the radish has been a constant favourite amongst vegetable growers. The radish roots are commonly used to add a touch of peppery heat to salads...
Advice on growing peppers (Bell peppers). Place in a part of your garden that receives at least 8 hours of sunshine every day. Some peppers don't like very high temperatures.
In this guide we will cover all aspects of growing peas from sowing to harvest including growing in containers, pea shoots and popular varieties.
When growing Parsnips the full flavour does not emerge until the parsnip roots have been exposed to near freezing temperatures. Because of this parsnips are known as a winter vegetable.