- British Strawberries - where has all the taste gone? - Once one of the finest tastes in the fruit world, eagerly awaited every summer, the appeal of British Strawberries is not quite what it used to be...
- English Apples - Our Lost Heritage - There are thousands of varieties of apples known, but less than 20 commonly sold in supermarkets, and typically less than 5 are common English apple varieties.
- In the Garden in April - Moving towards the busiest time of the year, there's plenty to sow and plant out in April, so check out our guide now and see what you can get up to in the garden in this month.
- In the Garden in August - With harvesting in full swing on farms across the country, it starts to kick in in the garden too. There's plenty to get on with, so let's get started!
- In the Garden in February - Deep in the heart of winter (at least what we call winter these days), February doesn't hold much promise in the garden at first sight
- In The Garden in January - A cold cold month – it’s too cold for the daffodils to even flower yet, yet there are things to be getting on with in the garden. Check out our guide, and see what you can get up to.
- In the Garden in July - Now July has arrived, things slow down a little in the garden and give us a bit of a breather.
- In the Garden in June - So we reach the mid-point of the calendar year, but there is so much yet to come in the allotment or veg patch.
- In The Garden in March - With the garden busting into life, there's plenty to do, from sowing seeds to planting on, and harvesting the last of the winter vegetables. So, what are you waiting for, check out our guide now!
- In The Garden in May - Aching to get out in the garden and start planting? Well you can! May is one of the busiest months of the year for gardening, and there's plenty to get on with.
- In The Garden in September - During September, more likely than not you'll be spending more time harvesting and clearing up than anything else in the garden.
- It's that pumpkin time of year - Ask a child what their favourite holiday is, and you're bound to get Halloween pretty high up that list. We're going to take a look at Halloween, its origins, and the role of pumpkins in Halloween.
- Jersey Potatoes, the best spuds of the year - The finest potatoes in the world? Possibly?
- Stop putting that produce in the fridge! - It's automatic, isn't it? You get home, back from the supermarket or the store, and pop that pack of tomatoes in the fridge.
- The end of bananas - or is it? - The hot topic of the moment is the imminent loss of bananas from our supermarket shelves and the possibility of a future with no bananas
- Vitamins - Eat your way to a healthier future - Little tablets are not your only way of getting your daily vitamin intake
- Whats in Season in April? - With there finally being more hours of daylight than night, April marks the movement of the seasons from Winter to Spring.
- Whats in Season in August? - August - usually one of the best months of the year as harvest approaches
- Whats in Season in December? - Seasonal fruit and vegetables are the best around - especially if you've grown them yourself.
- Whats in Season in February - After the high of Christmas and New Year, and the freshness of the near year, February can seem like a bit of a downer
- Whats in Season in January - Set in the heart of bleak midwinter, grey and dreary January doesn’t inspire visions of green bounty coming from the garden.
- Whats in Season in July - July – the height of summer and a bountiful time will soon be upon us. July shows the promise of what's to come
- Whats in Season in June - With more daylight, warmer temperatures and optimum growing conditions, the vegetable patch races away in June
- Whats in Season in March - Into the last gasps of winter with spring just bursting to start, March is sometimes called the "grey blast of spring"
- Whats in Season in May - May marks the start of the most productive half of the year; May is bursting with fertility, from asparagus spears bursting through the ground to early peas ready for popping out of their pods
- Whats in Season in November - Beginning the march into winter, November is a period of transition for the garden. All of the remaining summer crops will have been cleared by now, and the winter ones are just starting to harvest
- Whats in Season in October - Marking the downfall of the year, October isn't the most of attractive months. It can be dull, blustery and wet, although get a bit of sunshine and the colourful leaves of the trees are lit up into a kaleidoscope of colours.
- Whats in Season in September - September marks the peak of seasonal British food. The end of summer, the harvest is over - farmers have now cleared their fields, and started ploughing and planting new crops.