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Vegetable Plant
Rainbow Chard Plant
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A small Rainbow Chard, propagated at the Windmill Community Gardens in Margate. suitable for planting in your vegetable patches at home.
Runner Bean Plants (Pot 4)
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Sown at the Windmill Community Gardens in Margate, using Chemical Free Growing methods. Quintessentially British, runner beans are a delicious veg plot staple. These climbing plants are easy to grow and produce a large crop in a small area. The pretty red or white flowers are followed by an abundance of long green pods over several months. Pick when young, for tasty stringless beans
Small Globe Artichoke Plant
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Propagated at the Windmill Community Gardens in Margate, using Chemical Free Growing methods. Globe artichokes (Cynara scolymus) are large, architectural perennial plants that are attractive enough for the flower garden. They can be grown from seed or young plants, and their large edible flower buds are easy to cook and delicious! Globe artichokes like a warm sunny spot, in reasonably fertile, free-draining soil. To make best use of space, sow into a seedbed temporarily, then later transplant to their final position, as they will grow into large plants that need wide spacing. Transplant young plants to their permanent position when they have at least five true leaves, spacing them 60–90cm (2–3ft) apart, and water in well. They make an attractive addition to flower borders as well as veg plots. Each spring, mulch with well-rotted manure or home-made compost, when the soil is warm and moist
Yellow Dwarf French Beans
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Sown at the Windmill Community Gardens in Margate, using Chemical Free Growing methods.
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