Fruit And Vegetables

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Fruit and vegetables from the garden or patio container are a wonder of food sustainability. Growing all of them is a super hobby, not without its issues  but of considerable interest to all. It helps us at FoodWrite Ltd understand what is required in the garden. 

Here we look at how to grow your own food using simple guides and examining the methods and techniques needed for gardening success.

We look at the following vegetables with the chance to purchase seeds as required:-

Aubergines, Beans – Broad, Beans – FrenchBeans – Runner, Beetroot, Broccoli/Calabrese, Brussel Sprouts, Cabbages, Carrots

Cauliflower, Chillies, Courgettes, Cucumber, GarlicJerusalem Artichoke, Leeks, Lettuce, Marrow, Onions

Parsnips, Peas, Potatoes, Radishes, Spring Onions, Sweetcorn, Tomatoes.

Fruits are found on the following pages:- Apples, Apricots, Cherries,

We have created a separate page section for herbs which is an important element of any food grown globally. We also include a section on treating insects which destroy crops. Our suppliers offer a wide range of methods for dealing with these unwanted pests especially vine weevils which can destroy potted plants quickly.

If you enjoy growing large selections of fruit and vegetables then it is possible to buy large collections of seed packets which cover all the bases. One of the top suppliers in the United Kingdom is Scott & Co who offer a seed box containing up to 30 different varieties of seeds. It’s a great gift for any aspiring gardener. However if you fancy something a little simpler – lets say just 6 mini packs then De Ree offer a winter vegetable seed collection which will supply all those tasty veggies. 

Treatment for Vine Weevil.

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