Making a bid for freedom!
Possibly hundreds of thousands of brandling worms pushed the door of this compost heap until they could finally smell the taste of freedom. Why it happened, the panel really weren't sure!<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" />
Bunny's favourite new variety of rhubarbIn her garden on the Cambs-Lincs border, Bunny has been trialling this super-sweet, pink-tinged variety called "Fulton's Strawberry Surprise". The yield has been huge.
Perfect for even the smallest garden
While you might not have the room of Bunny's garden, chickens can be kept in a surprisingly small space - and they will peck up and eat slug and snail eggs.
Sessi and her offspring CecilLivestock, while needing space, comes in all shapes and sizes. Sessi and her calf are, according to Bunny, perfect for a small holding as they can be man-handled if necessary.