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Originally posted by illece
hi i live in England,and have just got an allotment,i have planted potatoes ,onions brussel sprouts,white and purple sprouting broccoli , runner beans and peas,getting some sweet corn from the garden centre tomorrow...any ideas what else(something a little more exotic,that will grow in this country):bnghd:
Originally posted by caitlinfae
reply to post by illece
Hey...try this company. I bought heirlooms from them, and they're really good quality. Almost all the stuff I've planted has come up. And you can save your own seed from these ones too for next year. These people really know their stuff.
It's not complicated at all. The Rosemary is a tiny bush. It may survive winther, but i would not count on it
Originally posted by Muckster
Rosemary will survive the winter fine... although it is a particularly cold night you could always cover the bush (something I’ve never had to do)
I’ve got two Rosemary bushes that i take cuttings from each year... once the cutting have taken i give them to friends and family.
Originally posted by anxietydisorder
I understand it means a patch of land to you, but how much land is it ?
And is land so scarce you need to apply somewhere to grow a bit of food ?