More from the Edible Garden Show at Alexandra Palace this weekend. One of the attractions for me was to visit this iconic building in North London in Muswell Hill. I always wanted to go.
Included in the range of subjects around Edible Gardens was keeping chickens! Lots of chicken stuff there, and quite a few hens, cockerels and a few turkeys in cages.
This watering system took my interest for a while. It is powered by a solar pump connected to an automatic watering system. Great fun!
An interesting range of pop-up plastic cloches and greenhouses.
and my favourite find of the day was from Brandy Carr Nurseries
in Wakefield, Yorkshire.
You can grow your own Liquorice plants!!!
Completely hardy, it grows up in Yorkshire quite happily. I am going to find a muddy corner somewhere on my patch to grow Liquorice!! What fun!
This looked interesting on the Suttons Seeds
stand. Not only did they sell grafted tomato plants (that's good varieties grafted on to strong rootstocks) but they had double stemmed plants, and even 2 varieties grafted on to one rootstock... that's like they do with fruit trees! I didn't buy one, but I could sure pinch out and prune my own tomato plants to grow with two stems! Simples!