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Growing onions from seed

…months. Onions From Seed Onions can also be grown very successfully from seed sown under cover in trays as early in the year as possible or in shallow drills outdoors. Transplant the seedlings in spring at the same distances as for sets and use any thinnings as salad onions. Japanese onion varieties…

How to Control Weeds in your Garden

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Top 10 Perennial Plants

…and carnations in beds, borders and patio containers. Dianthus flowers are brilliant for cutting, often lasting 3 weeks in a vase! 9. Japanese Anemone Japanese Anemones (Anemone x hybrida) are stunning performers in late summer and autumn when many other plants have fizzled out. Masses of large,…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer SEssion 8th July 2011

…can sow onions in modules quite easily and they will transplant perfectly well. We sell a variety call ‘Hi Keeper’ that can be sown in September. However most people grow overwintering onions now from sets which is much less bother. You could try the Japanese variety…

Edible Flowers Guide

…plant can irritate the skin or aggravate skin allergies Chives/ Chinese Chives Allium schoenoprasum, Allium tuberosum, Chive flowers have a mild onion flavour and are surprisingly crunchy. They are widely used tossed in salads, pasta, omelettes and scrambled eggs. Or you can add a few to white fish…

How To Grow Wistera

…Shrubs * Trees * Vegetables * Vegetable Seeds * Special Offers * Beetroot & Chard Seeds * Brassica & Leafy Green Seeds * Carrot & Parsnip Seeds * Onion & Leek Seeds * Pea & Bean Seeds * Pepper (Sweet) & Chilli Seeds * Pumpkin, Squash & Courgette Seeds * Salad Seeds * Tomato Seeds * All Other…

Thompson & Morgan Facebook Question and Answer Session 13th August 2010

…addition to the winter vegetable garden. Hardy lettuce 'All the Year Round' is a great crop for sowing now for winter salads. You could also try onion sets for autumn planting such as 'Hi Keeper'. Name: Andy Clayton Question: What winter crops should I consider for grow bags in my mini-greenhouses?…