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  1. Salad

    Your soil must be deep, fertile and rather sandy if you want to produce fine long specimens. If your soil is rather heavy or stony, try grow...

  2. Melon

    Your soil must be deep, fertile and rather sandy if you want to produce fine long specimens. If your soil is rather heavy or stony, try grow...

  3. Marrow & Courgette

    These popular members of the squash family need a sunny spot protected from strong winds, together with soil that’s well-drained and rich in...

  4. Peas

    Sugarbon is a dwarf variety of pea which does well in containers. It’s an early-maturing, heavy cropping variety with short, broad, flat tas...

  5. Carrots

    Your soil must be deep, fertile and rather sandy if you want to produce fine long specimens. If your soil is rather heavy or stony, try grow...

  6. Potatoes

    All potatoes grow well in bags or containers, and you’ll find a great range of varieties in our garden centre shops. First and second earlie...

  7. Strawberries

    Your soil must be deep, fertile and rather sandy if you want to produce fine long specimens. If your soil is rather heavy or stony, try grow...

  8. Sweet Peppers

    Your soil must be deep, fertile and rather sandy if you want to produce fine long specimens. If your soil is rather heavy or stony, try grow...

  9. Tomatoes

    Your soil must be deep, fertile and rather sandy if you want to produce fine long specimens. If your soil is rather heavy or stony, try grow...

  10. NOVEMBER GARDENING TIPS

    Plant tulip bulbs now for a colourful display next spring. Arrange them in bold groups in borders or patio pots - dwarf, medium and tall gro...

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