Spend £200 to save a possible £1,564 on shop prices, just by growing your own crops, according to the latest figures from the National Society of Allotment & Leisure Gardeners. Figures compiled by the NSALG reveal allotment holders could save an annual £1200 off their shopping bills. The news comes just months after consumer watchdog Which? […]
One of our readers has sent in pictures of his four year old apple tree, which this year has cropped well. All over the country, this has been a good year for fruit with most top fruit cropping heavily.
A recent article in the Guardian would suggest that the humble turnip or (Neep / Stumshie) as it is known in Scotland is staging a comeback. Commonly the Swede or yellow turnip (Rutabaga) is what we refer to as “turnip” but the true turnip is a smaller, white root vegetable.