Thompson & Morgan, which is selling the plants for £14.99 Would be great in the school polytunnel.

The TomTato: Plant which produces both potatoes and tomatoes launched in UK

How to grow cherry tree from seeds. I'm sure I'll just end up buying a tree & planting it but this is still good to know!

How to Grow a Cherry Tree from Seed or Pit

How to grow cherry tree from seeds. I'm sure I'll just end up buying a tree & planting it but this is still good to know!

I love tomatoes so I also grow them in hanging baskets - with a built-in water reservoir. Works every time and makes watering easier.

How to Grow Tomatoes in a Hanging Basket

I love tomatoes so I also grow them in hanging baskets - with a built-in water reservoir. Works every time and makes watering easier.

Railwaysleepers.com - your questions about railway sleepers! Is it safe? Is it illegal?!! Help and information with your Railway Sleeper cre...

Railwaysleepers.com - your questions about railway sleepers! Is it safe? Is it illegal?!! Help and information with your Railway Sleeper cre...

Top 10 trees for small spaces | Ornamental crabapple | Sunset.com

Top 10 trees for small spaces

How To Grow A Ground Cherry Plant

How To Grow A Ground Cherry Plant

Ground Cherry | Huge yields of tart-sweet berries. This is the common type used by the Pilgrims; excellent for pies, jams, and preserves of all kinds; also delicious fresh. The fruit grow inside a paper-like husk (the same as Tomatillos). Grow it the same

'Stella' Cherry is 'Self-Fertile' (so no need for a second cherry tree to pollinate it) and is a really heavy, reliable cropper because it has good resistance to late frosts. Unlike most other sweet cherry varieties, it will thrive in slightly exposed locations but can also be grown in a pot on a patio. The sweetly flavoured dark-skinned, plump & juicy, aromatic fruits will be ready to pick from mid late July each year & from the 3rd growing season onwards expect a harvest of 5kg fruit per…

'Stella' Cherry is 'Self-Fertile' (so no need for a second cherry tree to pollinate it) and is a really heavy, reliable cropper because it has good resistance to late frosts. Unlike most other sweet cherry varieties, it will thrive in slightly exposed locations but can also be grown in a pot on a patio. The sweetly flavoured dark-skinned, plump & juicy, aromatic fruits will be ready to pick from mid late July each year & from the 3rd growing season onwards expect a harvest of 5kg fruit per…

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