Winter salad and Hellebores with Sarah Raven & Arthur Parkinson - Episode 1

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

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Every single bite of a home grown, freshly picked, winter salad should taste completely different from the last and that’s what makes it so exciting. In this episode of grow, cook, eat, arrange Sarah Raven and Arthur Parkinson delve into the world of rocket, basil, mizuna and parsley. Sarah provides her top tips to ensure your salad leaves last for at least 20 picks, which varieties do best in frosty weather, and why you can actually sow them any time of the year. In this jam-packed episode they also discuss their favourite types of hellebores, the best ones for growing in shaded and sunny spots, and picking techniques to increase their vase life. Learn:Sarah’s choice of ingredients for a winter saladThe importance of giving salads space How to condition and arrange helleboresWhere hellebores grow and how best to cut back foliageSupporting factsheet:

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