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Great blogs for growing vegetables

Great blogs for growing vegetables
19 September 2013

Growing carrotsGrowing your own vegetables is a great way to ensure you know exactly where your 5 a day is coming from, so with that in mind, here are a few of the web’s best blogs for growing vegetables – filled with tips, inspiration and tempting photographs.

Digginfood

http://www.digginfood.com/

With the strapline ‘grow. cook. eat.’ it’s no wonder that this blog is filled with DIY projects, gardening guides and a section related to growing your own herbs – try the clever indoor herb garden or whip up something tasty from the recipes section.

Mytinyplot

http://mytinyplot.com/

This inspirational blog includes tips on growing your own vegetables, ideas and recipes for pickling and gardening advice posts on how to spot pests and disease, as well as some fabulous food photography!

The Rusted Vegetable Garden

http://therustedgarden.blogspot.co.uk/

Looking for tips on growing tomatoes, how to start seeds indoors or the perfect way to plant radishes? Then this blog will become your new best friend.  It even links to a YouTube channel filled with gardening advice.

Grow Our Own

http://growourown.blogspot.co.uk/

Less of a how-to blog and more of an inspirational diary of one woman’s experience with gardening as therapy, this blog is filled with pictures and information about the benefits of growing your own vegetables and herbs.

Pippa’s Gardening News

http://www.pippagreenwood.com/pippas-gardening-news

This blog is part of Pippa Greenwood’s informative site, with information on growing vegetables, tips and tricks, information on pests and disease and plenty of great photography to inspire you.

Well, we don’t know about you but Team Genus is feeling peckish now! If you enjoy growing your own vegetables, we’d love to hear about your efforts. Leave us a comment and tell us what you’re growing!

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