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Hablitzia plants head skywards

Sown three years ago, our Hablitzia plants are really going for it this year. In their first year the plants were quite small, in their second they managed to grow a few feet and now in their third they are sprawling their beautiful edible leaves outwards and upwards...

Stephen Barstow visit

Stephen Barstow – The Extreme Salad Man and author of Around The World in 80 Plants made a special visit to Incredible Vegetables field as part of his whistle stop tour around the UK visiting various sites and giving talks and workshops. Stephen was particularly...

Hablitzia Tamnoides – how to grow

Hablitzia Tamnoides is a semi shade loving perennial climber with mild edible spinach type leaves. Originating in the Caucasus region, it has been grown in Scandinavian countries as an ornamental before making a bit of a renaissance recently by author and plant expert...

Ulluco tubers – how to grow

About Ulluco Ulluco (Ullucus tuberosus) are exquisite looking edible Andean root tubers and are members of the plant family Basellaceae which includes Malabar spinach. After the potato it is one of the most widely consumed of the Andean tuber crops, but is almost...

How to grow Borage

How to grow Borage: Article first published in Grow Your Own Magazine September 2015 growfruitandveg.co.uk My vegetable garden is a beautiful rambling polyculture where edible and beneficial plants happily co-exist. Bee friendly plants, edible flowers and aromatic...

Guild of Oca Breeders

We have joined the Guild of Oca Breeders The following text is from the Guild of Oca Breeders website www.ocabreeders.org where you can find out more about the project and how to join in. We are very excited to have joined the GOB club and our first trial Oca are...