Tag: Grow your own

The Kitchen Garden – How To Grow Mustard

The Kitchen Garden – How To Grow Mustard

We’re back in the Kitchen Garden with London Herb Garden today and we’re looking at one of my favourites, Mustard. As I have been starting to plan what I will be growing in my autumn and winter gardens (yes really!), I have looked increasingly at brassicas. This group contains cabbages, […]

The Kitchen Garden – Grow Your Own Mint

The Kitchen Garden – Grow Your Own Mint

We are in the kitchen garden with London Herb Garden today with some sound advice about growing mint. If you are looking to grow your own mint tea, or are looking forward to a summer of mint juleps or muddled mojitos, then get your mint plants sorted now! The plant is […]

Smallholding Matters – Samphire

Smallholding Matters – Samphire

I am delighted to welcome Karen Nethercott from Samphire to the blog to talk about Samphire, her award winning smallholding in Norfolk which is rearing rare breed pigs and sheep. Ethical farming is at the heart of Samphire and they have been recognised by the RSPCA for our commitment to animal […]

The Kitchen Garden – Ginger

The Kitchen Garden – Ginger

We are back in The Kitchen Garden  and today fascinating insight from Hannah at London Herb Garden on growing Ginger. It’s one of my favourite spices and having read this fabulous piece I am going to be giving it a go at the weekend. Despite the unseasonably mild weather we have […]

The Kitchen Garden Recipe – Parsley

The Kitchen Garden Recipe – Parsley

One of the things I love about working with London Herb Garden is that I never know what herb I am going to get to work with until I see the blog in my inbox, It’s both challenging and exciting thinking of things that are not so mainstream as well […]

The Kitchen Garden – Growing Parsley

The Kitchen Garden – Growing Parsley

We are back in The Kitchen Garden for the first time this year and today sound advice from Hannah from London Herb Garden on growing parsley.  Last month we were talking about planting chillis as early as December due to their exceptionally long germination times. And if you want a […]