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12/07/2013

Horticultural consultant Frances Pringle advises on the best ways of growing parsley and tells Pennie Latin why radishes are the perfect veg for children to try growing their own at home.

World food expert Ghillie Basan talks about the history of parsley and reveals why it is sometimes referred to as "the devil's herb".

Potato fan and chef Neil Forbes takes a look at the world's largest number of varieties of seed potato displayed in one place on one day - all 667 of them!

Cook and food writer Christopher Trotter cooks with fresh, seasonal produce live in the BBC garden in Inverness using both parsley and potatoes, two of his favourite ingredients.

Release date:

55 minutes

Last on

Sun 14 Jul 2013 12:05

Credits

Role Contributor
PresenterPennie Latin
ProducerDan Holland
ProducerGillian Russell