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We hear all the time that growing your own vegetables can be cheaper, more interesting, and better for you. But for many of us, the idea is intimidating, difficult or time-consuming. Starting to grow your own can be fraught with challenges and questions. What grows well in pots? How can you introduce the kids to growing their own? How should you choose between the dozens of tomato varieties in the seed catalogues?

Relax. Vegetable Expert is here to help. Whatever your level of expertise and whatever your interest, we hope Vegetable Expert will become your one-stop resource for the information you need - when you need it.

We know from personal experience that growing your own vegetables can be hugely rewarding. But it can also go wrong - especially if you don't have a reliable expert on hand to offer advice. That's why we created this site. Vegetable Expert tells you just how to make it work for you and your family.

From planning your patch to nurturing your greenhouse seedlings, we're with you every step of the way. We're continually adding new articles, covering everything from watering systems to organic pest control. Our panel of expert writers is available to answer your queries, too. Just send us your questions using the 'Contact Us' page. We look forward to helping you become a vegetable expert...

We really want to help spread the word and if you can help by linking to VegetableExpert then we really appreciate your help.

For a short text based link you could simply cut and paste the following code into your page:

It will appear on your page looking something like:

VegetableExpert.co.uk - planting, growing, storing and eating vegetables

Or alternatively:

Which will appear looking like:

VegetableExpert.co.uk:

We hear all the time that growing your own vegetables can be cheaper, more interesting, and better for you. But for many of us, the idea is intimidating, difficult or time-consuming. Starting to grow your own can be fraught with challenges and questions. What grows well in pots? How can you introduce the kids to growing their own? How should you choose between the dozens of tomato varieties in the seed catalogues?

Relax. Vegetable Expert is here to help. Whatever your level of expertise and whatever your interest, we hope Vegetable Expert will become your one-stop resource for the information you need - when you need it.

We know from personal experience that growing your own vegetables can be hugely rewarding. But it can also go wrong - especially if you don't have a reliable expert on hand to offer advice. That's why we created this site. Vegetable Expert tells you just how to make it work for you and your family.

From planning your patch to nurturing your greenhouse seedlings, we're with you every step of the way. We're continually adding new articles, covering everything from watering systems to organic pest control. Our panel of expert writers is available to answer your queries, too. Just send us your questions using the 'Contact Us' page. We look forward to helping you become a vegetable expert...

If you have any questions please let us know.

Thanks

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