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How to Grow Cucumbers

Cucumber 'Tiffany' Cucumber 'Burpless Tasty Green' Cucumber 'Crystal Apple' (Heritage Ridge variety) Cucumber 'Carmen' Cucumber 'Green Fingers'> Cucumber 'Long White' (Greenhouse variety) Cucumber 'Delizia' Cucumber 'Masterpiece' Cucumber 'Sunsweet' (Greenhouse variety) Growing Cucumbers from seed

Cucumbers - An expert viewpoint

…'All female' varieties can be very expensive to buy from seed so a heated propagator is a worthwhile investment, allowing you to create the perfect conditions for seed germination. Sow seeds individually, 15mm deep, into 7cm pots of moist seed compost and set the temperature to 21°C. Once seedlings…

Vegetables | 'How To' Gardening Guides

…Plants * Vines & Climbing Fruit * Other Berry Plants * Fruit Trees * Apple Trees & Pear Trees * Citrus Trees * Exotic Fruit Trees * Fig Trees * Nut Trees * Stone Fruit Trees * Fruit Rootstock Guide * Fruit Seeds * All Fruit Seeds * Garden Supplies * Garden Buildings * Garden Furniture * Garden…

How To Grow Courgettes

seeds are relatively large and flat making them easy to work with. For the earliest crops, seeds should be sown in April under glass, but most growers tend to sow in the greenhouse or on windowsill in May. Sow courgette seeds 1cm (1/2") deep in 7.5cm (3") pots filled with a free draining seed- or…

Planting Hanging Baskets, Flower Pouches & Containers

…Plants * Vines & Climbing Fruit * Other Berry Plants * Fruit Trees * Apple Trees & Pear Trees * Citrus Trees * Exotic Fruit Trees * Fig Trees * Nut Trees * Stone Fruit Trees * Fruit Rootstock Guide * Fruit Seeds * All Fruit Seeds * Garden Supplies * Garden Buildings * Garden Furniture * Garden…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 2nd May 2014

…Plants * Vines & Climbing Fruit * Other Berry Plants * Fruit Trees * Apple Trees & Pear Trees * Citrus Trees * Exotic Fruit Trees * Fig Trees * Nut Trees * Stone Fruit Trees * Fruit Rootstock Guide * Fruit Seeds * All Fruit Seeds * Garden Supplies * Garden Buildings * Garden Furniture * Garden…

What to do in the garden in July

…if your rose produces attractive hips (seed pods). * • Dead-head sweet peas regularly to keep them blooming. Water daily in dry weather. * • Capture seed heads from dandelions and other weeds. Collect them before they get a chance to release their seeds and spread throughout your garden. *…

Edible Flowers Guide

…graveolens Add flowers to fish dishes, omelettes or sprinkle over cooked vegetables. Add whole flowers to pickled gherkins, cucumbers or beetroots for a milder flavour than dill seed. Evening Primrose, Ozark Sundrops Oenothera macrocarpa, Oenothera odorata, Oenothera versicolor, Oenothera speciosa,…

What to do in the garden in August

…which case leave them). * • Collect ripened seed and store for next year. Leaving some seed heads in place can be attractive and allows the plant to self-seed in the surrounding soil. * • Mow wildflower meadows now to help scatter the seeds. * • Take cuttings of your favourite tender…

Recipes for home-grown fruit and vegetables

…picture of yourself and your culinary masterpiece, feel free to send these in too. Cucumber Pickle Elizabeth McMahon from Ayrshire has sent in this cucumber pickle, which is great for using up a glut of cucumbers. Elizabeth says "It is very easy to make and delicious served with cold chicken any…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 13th July 2012

…and soil moisture than being planted in a pot. Many plants flower in response to being slightly stressed - after all, flowering and producing seed is a method of species survival. This is why your pot grown plants have bloomed earlier. By restricting their root growth and limiting access to…