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INGREDIENTS Quantities tosuitof Flower sprouts, larger ones halved Sirloin, fillet or rump steak, cut into strips Coarsely ground black pepper Oil and butter for frying Cr&me fraTche, drop of milk and horseradish sauce to serve METHOD 1 Stir-fry the sprouts in one pan in

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INGREDIENTS (PER PERSON) Oil for frying 3-4 chestnut mushrooms, sliced % red pepper, sliced into strips 1 small red chilli, sliced 2 tablespoons rich hoisin sauce 1 tablespoon orangejuice Grated fresh ginger to taste 3-5 Brussel sprouts, halved Cashews and medium egg noodles to

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It might be winter but my garden’s glowing with colour and scent. Flaming red fuchsias radiate alongside glistening hypericum berries, seemingly resistant to the ferocious wind and rain. Heucheras are providing velvety-textured foliage in tints of cranberry and cinnamon; dainty violas and delicate cyclamen

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UK wildlife survey results in Gardeners are praised for biodiversity Britain’s wildlife is in serious decline, according to the biggest ever survey of historical data. Using tens of millions of individual records dating back to the 1970s, scientists at Reading University discovered that, not

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3 ways to protect your plants For a little extra warmth to the roots, mulch the top of the surface of your pots with bark or some compost or gravel. Wrap the rest of the pot in bubble wrap for extra insulation. During extra-wet

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Apart from the red Flanders type, what other annual field poppies are there? Bob Green, by email The wild Papaverrhoeas comes in a rich choice of selected strains. True Shirley poppies have picotee or plain flowers in pink, red or lemon tints with yellow

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Prune storm-damaged branches temperature, we have had our fair share of storms, with Abigail, Barney, Clodagh and Desmond waltzing their way across the country and leaving damage not just to houses but gardens too. You might immediately check on your fences and trellis, but

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ON YOUR FRUIT & VEG PLOT Thin out jostaberries Encourage a bumper crop of fruit next year! Jostaberries are a cross between a blackcurrant and a gooseberry, and taste a little like both. Now’s the time to plant them and other currant bushes, and

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My collected seed heads await sowing in spring Fuchsias radiate colour and sparrows continue to feast on apples, discarding the husks over the lawn. However, the golden quince are untouched. On my Victoria plum’s skeleton framework I discovered its one and only fruit. I

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Slugs eat our seedlings! Solution: Order in nematodes to use when soil warms up. Earlier in the year, check plant pots for eggs in the soil and baby slugs lurking in crevices or under pots. We can’t find the plants we want! Solution: Invest