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After years of viewing tomatoes as something that should be angrily extracted from a can, I finally began growing my own tomatoes again three years ago. In fairness, my reliance on tins was not entirely through choice; it came about largely as an unfortunate combination of dealing with day-to-day student life, laziness, and summer holidays.
At Kings Plant Barns we have everything you need to grow the best spring veggies! Just think of the healthy, varied and cost effective meals you'll be eating soon!
I have decided to try my hand at companion planting. Planting which will hopefully both brighten up my garden and help keep my plants pest free and healthy (and with any luck help me produce terrifying surpluses of food this season).
Urban beekeeping is the only way we will continue to reap the benefits of locally grown produce! Luckily, urban beekeeping isn't difficult and you can even 'dip your toe' in by renting beehives; we do all the work and take care of the registrations and disease inspections so that you can enjoy the many benefits of having bees without any of the risk.
While I've always found Bees interesting, our relationship has at times been rocky. On the plus side they provide honey and account for approximately 80% of all insect pollination (which is crucial to our survival). But detracting from this is their occasional tendency to sting.
A decade ago I was reluctantly pressed into service, given a spade, and forced to dig an endless number of holes for my parents home orchard. This proved to be a laborious task
Often maligned, but full of potential, growing fruit trees in clay may have its challenges, but with a little care and know how it’s possible to grow a mass of delicious fruit even on thick heavy soils.