Stephanie Hafferty, No Dig Gardening, Mr Plant Geek, Michael Perry

Guest Blog for Mr Plant Geek

Michael Perry, aka Mr Plant Geek, saw some photographs of the seasonal, plant based food I make on Twitter and asked me to share some recipes on his website: here they are.

I have selected recipes which make the most of fruit and vegetables currently available in the UK – either cropping now, or home stored from our summer gardens and allotments – and included a deliciously filling autumnal muffin recipe. Ideal for chilly days on the allotment, harvesting, mulching or planning 🙂

Read the recipes here.

Mr Plant Geek, Stephanie Hafferty

 

Michael has been interested in gardening since he was a toddler, has a passion for plants and an interesting range of unusual t shirts! Find out more about him here:

Mr Plant Geek
Photo copyright Michael Perry

 

 

 

 

(Almost!) last plantings of the year

This is the eighth in my series of blog posts, explaining how to grow vegetables and herbs which can be sown now to see you through the winter and spring – no hungry gap in 2018!
I have added the category No Hungry Gap, so you can find all of the blogs easily using the search facility.

How to take tomato cuttings to plant out next year

This is the seventh in my series of blog posts, explaining how to grow vegetables and herbs which can be sown now to see you through the winter and spring – no hungry gap in 2018!
I have added the category No Hungry Gap, so you can find all of the blogs easily using the search facility.

Time to plant

This is the sixth in my series of blog posts, explaining how to grow vegetables and herbs which can be sown now to see you through the winter and spring – no hungry gap in 2018!
I have added the category No Hungry Gap, so you can find all of the blogs easily using the search facility.

Clearing the polytunnel for new plantings

This is the fifth in my series of blogs, explaining how to grow vegetables and herbs which can be sown now to see you through the winter and spring – no hungry gap in 2018!
I have added the category No Hungry Gap, so you can find all of the blogs easily using the search facility.