What Steph brings to the kitchen through this book is a thorough experience not just in how to put the right ingredients together to create incredibly inspiring and colourful plant-based dishes, but a practical understanding of growing these crops in season from her own allotment garden. Continue reading “Book Review: The Creative Kitchen”
If there is one thing I’ve learned from my allotment life other than the trials and tribulations of growing veg, it is the intricacy of the broader surroundings in which I exist. Continue reading “Book Review: The Almanac – A seasonal guide to 2019”
Allotment gardening and the opportunity to grow your own fruit and vegetables should be accessible to everyone.
My best mate Ali lives in Bristol, and when he pops over for a visit he often jokes that he knows he’s entered Wales when he’s met by a band of rain.
I’m passionate about allotment gardens.
Sharpen Your Spades is a blog that allows me to share my own allotment journey and I hope helps inspire as many people as possible to take up one of these wonderful community growing spaces and reap the benefits they provide. Continue reading “Book Review: The City Grower”
There’s a fantastic number of allotment, kitchen garden and grow your own bloggers out there. I read as many as I can for inspiration, advice and to find out what everyone is getting up to. Continue reading “10 highlights from the grow your own blogs: May 2018”
BBC Gardeners’ World Live is an award-winning UK gardening event.
It buzzes with people just like you and me and it’s packed to the brim with all our favourite gardening celebrities and experts too. Continue reading “GIVEAWAY: Win tickets to Gardeners’ World Live”