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It is not possible to divide the fig types. They are probably formed one after the other in the order described below, but they still belong together; the later type is inconceivable without the earlier type, and, above all, they cannot be reproduced and further developed. In our region,...


Citrus Plants: the Right Care for...

The location is important Citrus plants  are not hardy and therefore must be protected from frost during the winter months. So it depends on the winter and the summer location whether the citrus grows, blossoms and fruits. An unsuccessful overwintering regularly affects the growth...



  I know, self-praise stinks. But in this case it smells lovely, and is therefore permissible. This June, on a Sunday morning (of course!), I was in our strawberry field, and immediately, on the fast-warming morning, I was surrounded by a sweet strawberry fragrance. Admittedly, it was...


Burgeoning British Brambles

  Unlike many of our European neighbours, the British don’t have a widespread culture of foraging for wild foods. Foraging has experienced a bit of a resurgence in recent years, as a way of really ‘getting back to nature’, but for most people I imagine their only...


The history and biology of the fig: the...

There are endless questions, gardening questions and also ... let's say: other questions concerning the fig. Why does the fig I brought back from my holiday not produce fruit? Where and how does the fig flower? Does the fig need a pollinator? What are common figs? And then there are, as I...


Lubera 'Lowfruits' on The Beechgrove Garden!

  The well loved  BBC gardening programme, ‘Beechgrove Garden',  has been growing some of our  ‘Lowberry’ range  in their wonderful miniature fruit garden. Our  raspberry ‘Little Red...

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