Chervil (Latin Name: Anthriscus Cerefolium) is a winter hardy annual herb, and its leaves can be used fresh all-year-round. Chervil is very quick growing. It has a rich savoury taste which resembles caraway. Chervil prefers light, well drained soil. It
Coriander Corriandrum Sativum is a hardy annual herb. The young leaves are often called ‘Cilantro’. Coriander is an annual herb, used for both its young leaves & the seeds. The seeds add an orangey flavour to meats. Coriander prefers light,
There is still time to plant some vegetable seeds. The weather has been relatively mild, and it may be worth covering a small section of the garden with plastic to keep the rain off, whilst you get the seeds bought!
Jenny Jones of Kidwelly won the pumpkin class at the Aberglasney Giant Vegetable Growing Competition, held on Sunday 16 October 2016. The prize winning pumpkin weighed 30.6kg. i.e.66.5 lbs.. But this was not a world record! A pumpkin at the Giant
The Chef has planted leeks on the Plot following early potatoes. leeks-in-plot The seed potatoes planted on 2nd April have produced delicious new potatoes which have been lifted from the Plot and eaten. In their place the Chef has planted
The Chef sent an update on his Plot dated 30 June. Everything is growing well – with a good variety of vegetables in the garden. potatoes – another root was dug today, with six new potatoes on it. One had