Q and A Sessions

Q and A Sessions – Vol.1 – No Dig Mulch Gardening – Almost zero maintenance yet highly productive

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This is the first of our questions and answers sessions. We have received nearly 30 questions on the topic of No Dig Mulch Gardening – Almost zero maintenance yet highly productive. We answer questions using our very own and unusual gardening experience we’ve gathered over the years. Hopefully the information will help some of you […]

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Jerusalem Artichoke Herman

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Herman is not a common variety of Jerusalem artichoke. They originate from north America and were first introduced to Europe in the early 18th century. It is a versatile and useful plant with it’s many uses beyond being ornamental. Plants reach 2.4meters / 7ft in height very quickly and are ideal for a pop up […]

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Jerusalem Artichoke Chinese

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Jerusalem artichokes are a tuberous sunflower from north America. They’re not from Jerusalem and they are not artichokes either. The original name is Giro Sol, to turn with the sun which in Italian sounds like Jerusalem and they have a similar flavour to artichokes. It is a versatile and useful plant with it’s many uses […]

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Yarrow Red and Pink Bare Root (Sold out)

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Yarrow is a ornamental wild flower with many uses. Vigorous plants are freshly harvested on the day of purchase and posted unwashed for extra preservation. Bare root plants are strong and should grow quickly once the growing starts. Can be planted into pots, window boxes or into a garden bed. More info below. 1 Bare […]