What’s in the garden – winter?

From SAGE member Stephanie Williams As the metamorphosis from autumn and winter begins, and the soil temperature slowly drops, there are many things going on beneath the surface. This underground activity is every bit as important nutritionally as what appears above the ground during spring and summer. Cauliflower Among the most useful vegetables still to

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What’s in the garden – late summer/early autumn?

From SAGE member Stephanie Williams Eating seasonally reminds us that non-instant gratification can be sensational because waiting patiently for each crop is a lesson in joyful anticipation. And there are so many colourful, nutritious and delicious fruits and vegetables in the garden that it’s hard to choose between them! Blackberries – thornless (Rubus fruticosus) The

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What’s in the garden?

From SAGE member Stephanie Williams A vast array of food plants will be thriving in the soil over the coming months. Here’s just a couple to get us started, and some nutritional facts we may never have known. Beetroots (Beta vulgaris) Right through spring and into early autumn these magical deep red globes packed with

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