Snowdrops and Winter herbs with Sarah Raven & Arthur Parkinson - Episode 2

02.11.2021 - By Grow, cook, eat, arrange with Sarah Raven & Arthur Parkinson

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The classic late-winter ornamental crops such as snowdrops and rosemary are beautiful additions to any garden, and also provide a vital source of nectar for bumblebees coming out of hibernation in February.   In this second episode of the grow, cook, eat, arrange podcast, Sarah Raven and Arthur Parkinson discuss their favourite types of snowdrops, the best time to propagate a new rosemary bush and Sarah even reveals her unique technique for arranging snowdrops for maximum impact on display. Discover: How to transplant snowdrops happilyTechniques for picking snowdropsThe ideal location for rosemary to flourishWhen to cut a rosemary bushSarah’s favourite use of rosemary within the kitchenSupporting factsheet: https://bit.ly/3qdfVen

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