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  1. Courgettes & marrows

    These are probably the most popular members of the squash family for cooking purposes - they don’t even need to be peeled or seeded. For a t...

  2. Onion sets & shallots

    Growing tasty onions and shallots is a great way to use your veg patch over the winter. They’ll even continue to grow through the coldest mo...

  3. Seed potatoes

    Growing potatoes is easy, and there's nothing like eating new potatoes fresh from your garden. All you need is a small potato patch, or even...

  4. Peas & mangetout

    For peas and mangetout, choose an open spot where peas haven’t been grown for 2 seasons. Apply a light dressing of Growmore fish blood and b...

  5. French beans (dwarf/climbing)

    French beans will succeed in most soils, but they hate heavy clay. For really good results, dig your soil well and rake it to produce a fine...

  6. Runner beans

    Prepare the soil in winter or early spring. Dig a trench 18” wide and fork in compost before replacing the soil. Apply a general organic fer...

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