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Artichoke, globe

Artichoke, globe

Striking plants grown for their edible flower heads. Also looks good in the flower garden border.

Asparagus

Asparagus

High class vegetable that allegedly has a rather unusual side effect when eaten.

Aubergine

Aubergine

Key ingredient in Greek and Italian cuisine, the Aubergine or Eggplant is increasing in popularity

Beans, french

Beans, french

Also known as green beans, very easy to grow and in addition to green, available in purple and yellow

Beans, runner

Beans, runner

Get the highest yield from the provided space with runner beans. Pick every day and runner beans will provide a plentiful supply all summer.

Beetroot

Beetroot

Allegedly good for the heart. Eat all year round raw, cooked or pickled. Check out the various shapes and varieties that you can grow

Broccoli, Calabrese

Broccoli, Calabrese

Full of iron and popular with the family roast dinner. Available in purple and white varities

Brussels Sprouts

Brussels Sprouts

Brussels sprouts taste better when grown at home so why not give this the grow your own treatment.

Cabbage

Cabbage

Not the most popular vegetable with children, cabbages can be harvested all year round.

Carrot

Carrot

Want to see in the dark? Grow this most versatile of vegetables.

Cauliflower

Cauliflower

Very satisfying but not an easy vegetable to grow. Why not try a purple, orange or green variety rather than the usual white.

Celeriac

Celeriac

She's ugly but I love her! Related to celery but much less effort to grow. Posh restaurants mash it and then charge a fortune for it!

Celery

Celery

Essential ingredient for stocks and stews, though a challenging vegetable to grow, modern varieties less so

Courgette

Courgette

Easy vegetable to grow yourself. Picked regularly the plant will produce courgettes all summer long.

Cucumber

Cucumber

Essential salad ingredient that can also be pickled. Varieties from tiddlers to whoppers!

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