G R O W  Y O U R  O W N. O  U  T  D  O  O  R  S. G  R  E  E  N  H O  U  S  E. S   E  E   D   S. V E G E S      A - C H. V E G E S     C O - P A.. V E G E S     P E - W . S O F T   F  R  U  I  T. T O P   F R U I T. R   E   C   I   P   E   S. S   T   O   R   A   G   E. grow-your-own-fruit-and-vegetables


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In order to get feedback from this site, I have provided a “Contact Form”. This will enable me to find out which parts of “Grow your own fruit and vegetables”, are proving troublesome to you, and which areas of this web site  could be usefully expanded to provide suitable information. Please bear in mind that the aim of this web site is to provide a “Concise Guide” to the growing of your own fruit and vegetables.

As the growing conditions are quite different from the North East of Scotland to the South West of England, the form includes a section to indicate where you are growing your own fruit and vegetables.

An indication, of which varieties of fruit and vegetables do particularly well in your area, would also be useful for future incorporation in this site, for the benefit of other users.

The outdoor cultivation of Aubergines, Peppers, Tomatoes, Butternut Squash, Peaches, Apricots, Nectarines, Figs, is more difficult outside the warmest parts of the country. It would be interesting to find out how far North it is possible to get a useful outdoor crop from these plants, in the average year.