The allotment book seasonal planner and cookbook

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This series of monthly guides will help you know what to do now on your plot and what should have been done and is to do. The two things that control what you should be doing now in the garden are the weather and your location. The map to the right gives some idea of how things vary across the UK. South of us can be a week ahead and the warmest south-east of the country two weeks ahead. Wherever you live, the weather is the dominant factor. Some years spring comes early and others you wonder if winter will ever end.
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Plot 7a: July allotment tour & veg update - a lazy wander around my plot

Are you considering basing your planting scheme around ornamental grasses? Then the book for you is Designing with Grasses by Neil Lucas; are you a chilli addict who wants to turn up the heat in the garden? Some gardeners have shelves creaking with books and manuals, placing the answer to every question they might encounter at their fingertips, while others might rely on just one or two guides — their personal gardening bibles — never straying from the advice within.

The Allotment Book: Seasonal Planner and Cookbook by Andi Clevely (Hardback, 2008)

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Monthly Vegetable & Fruit Growing Guides

This book is full of brilliant foodie ideas and inspiration. All Languages. Our Books - A Growing Offer. About Andi Clevely. Geoffrey Macnab!

We use cookies to ensure that you have the best experience on our website. You can change your cookie settings at any time. Find out more Accept. This beautifully illustrated follow-up to Andi Clevely's bestseller, The Allotment Book, celebrates the joys of both growing and cooking your own produce. Perfect for the complete beginner or the experienced allotmenteer, it will ensure your crops thrive and your table is laden all year round.

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Health insurance. Planenr Out We're sorry to say this item has now sold out. Scroll down past the reviews to read the contents page. Most of the ingredients can be homegrown in gardens and allotments and are also widely available in markets and shops.

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