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The Kitchen Garden – Salad Burnet

The Kitchen Garden – Salad Burnet

Hugely welcome return to The Kitchen Garden this morning, we are as ever learning about something new and today Hannah from London Herb Garden  is giving us her wisdom on the relatively unknown herb Salad Burnet. If you want any more information about growing herbs or how to cook with […]

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 – How To Grow Comfrey

The Kitchen Garden – How To Grow Comfrey

In The Kitchen Garden today we have something a little different, but it’s just as important as the other herbs we have talked about over the past months. Comfrey. Protector of other herbs and a slug-buster, in the most humane way which will not only please my friend Isabel Losada, […]

The Kitchen Garden – Coriander

The Kitchen Garden – Coriander

We are in The Kitchen Garden today and looking at how to grow Coriander . Hannah from London Herb Garden gives us her expert advice. Coriander is one of those flavours that you either love or hate. Some can’t stand its ‘soapy’ taste, but personally I am a lover. It is an incredibly […]

The Kitchen Garden – Mint Julep

The Kitchen Garden – Mint Julep

We learned about growing mint in The Kitchen Garden today and how if we plant it now we will have a plentiful supply for all our summer cocktails. As the sun is nearly approaching the yard arm here in dear old Blighty I thought I’d offer everyone a mint julep […]

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 […]