Not everyone has a large garden, an allotment, a vegetable plot to grow vegetables.
That doesn’t mean you can’t still grow a few home-grown, fresh vegetables when you want them. If you have room for a pot, grow bag, or even a window box.of any size then there is nothing to stop you from having a go at growing your own.
Learn all about growing Lettuce and Salad Leaves the cut and come again way....
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Thursday, 27 October 2016 | Steve
I tried a different variety last year which failed to produce any cobs despite healthy plants. This year I decided to try this newer type and I had complete success. The plants grew huge, around 7 feet tall and most produced two cobs each. Only a few were complete but I still ended up with around 3 kilos of seed. I found that it's important to dry it in an oven for a few hours at around 95C otherwise it won't 'pop'. The weather just isn't warm/dry enough in October to dry in on the plant. After drying the corn I was able to 'pop' it in a hot air popcorn maker and it tasted excellent. So my verdict; great fun to grow and great to eat.
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