Hints & Tips
Planting root vegetables has become a popular pastime for green-fingered enthusiasts who like the idea of eating produce they have dug straight from their own garden – but doing so can be tough.
Writing in the Daily Telegraph, chartered landscape architect Bunny Guinness said it is important that lovers of the outdoors provide the right amount of care and attention to their vegetable patch in order to see the best results.
The expert said that problems with poor germination and poor quality growth can wreak havoc with the development of parsnips, carrots and celeriac.
For this reason, it is vital that enthusiasts take the time and attention required to improve conditions in their existing garden before installing a vegetable patch.
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