Monday April 6, 2020

People with glasshouses eat better

Glasshouse gardening brings the taste of warmer lands to your table, writes Ros Drinkwater.

31st January, 2009

We are now a week into the Chinese Year of the Ox. According to the Chinese zodiac, this is a double earth year and it is associated with the garden and peaceful harmony. The ox himself symbolises hard work, resolve, calm and tenacity - qualities we’ll all need in the year ahead.

The garden can play a huge role in cutting down grocery bills. If you already have a vegetable patch, why not...

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