Monthly Archives: March 2014

lavender, leeks and white sprouting broccoli

The lavender at the end of the rose bed had become very woody and overgrown. Time to dig it out. Which was surprisingly easy. And it gives the adjacent roses more light and space. So now I have the luxury … Continue reading

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L’Oignon Rosé de Roscoff

For ages I’ve wanted to try growing the marvellous pink French onion ‘rosé de Roscoff’, aka Keravel; the sort Onion Johnnies used to bring to the UK on bikes and old Citroëns. I managed to find seed on a French … Continue reading

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