There’s no reason to let your allotment or vegetable plot remain empty through the winter months. There are loads of winter vegetables to grow including garlic, onions and shallots as Thompson & Morgan’s vegetable man Colin Randall explained to Ken Crowther.
Winter will soon be upon us, but will it be a mild one or will we have frosts and snow? Steve Bradley from The Sun newspaper and Ken Crowther discuss what the changing weather means for the garden and how to make the conditions work for you.
On his organic allotment Mike Thurlow has been busy, the ground has already been dug over as part of his preparations for the summer. The first hard frosts have sweetened the parsnips and Brussels sprouts, whilst the winter cabbage and kale can be harvested as needed.