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Bored of being bewildered by the staggering array of potting mixes, composts and soils available. Here are our top tips to making the choice easy.
Tasty, delicious and relatively easy to grow. Tamarillos are great as both a savoury and a dessert and can be used in a wide range of situations.
This tasty, tangy and delicious cheesecake is easy to make and the fruit itself is fairly easy to grow, and once mature can produce an abundance of delicious fruit that is also great in jams, jellies and chutneys.
While you may think Italian, the name is actually Greek (meaning kingly or royal). Though basil is actually thought to originate from India. But who knows and it tastes nice regardless!
What have Bees ever done for us?
Stung us, buzzed about, but then there was the wax, and honey. Not to mention the fact that they are responsible for pollinating approximately a third of all our food crops.
Loved by many and hated by a few (blame a gene!) the name coriander comes from the Greek word for bug. Originating in ancient Egypt, it is one of New Zealand's favourite herbs, used in Indian cooking, salads, stir-fries, and to add freshness to meat and savoury dishes.
Growing from seed is as economical and easy way to grow plants. Whether you're growing flowers or veggies, growing from seed allows you to choose from a much wider range of interesting and unusual plants, while allowing you to enjoy watching and nurturing your plants from the get go.
Amidst the sudden resurgence of life, as plants once again burst into action, it's worth grabbing your spade and getting stuck in! And the earlier the better! For the sooner you get your veggie garden up and running, the sooner you'll have a mass of homegrown, deliciously nutritious veggies to eat!
Moist, delicious and easy to cook, this gorgeous chocolate cake is suitable for all kinds of occassions. It contains barely any flour, and can easily be made gluten free by using a gluten free flour to dust the sides of your cake tin.