Stephanie Hafferty

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We Won!

Yesterday, our book No Dig Organic Home and Garden won the Peter Seabrook Practical Book of the Year at the Garden Media Guild Awards at the Savoy in London. We are absolutely blown away, totally delighted! This from the GMG…

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Quick update and Charles Dowding’s 2018 Gardening Calendar

A very quick update. For all good reasons, I have been really busy since I got back from my recent trip to Thailand and Laos, especially with work on my new book!

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Guest blog for Mr Plant Geek

Michael Perry, aka Mr Plant Geek, saw some photographs of the seasonal, plant based food I make on Twitter and asked me to share some recipes on his website: here they are. I have selected recipes which make the most…

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Open Afternoon at Homeacres No Dig Market Garden

It’s our open afternoon today (Sunday September 3rd)

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In the summertime…

After the excitement of our book’s publication, the past few months have been a wonderfully busy time. The book has been doing so well, spending most of the time as the #1 best selling book in organic veg! The publishers…

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April update

Two very exciting things are happening today (Friday 21st April). Our book, No Dig Organic Home & Garden has arrived at the publishers and Charles will be on Gardeners World tonight!

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Winter Update: How can it be February already?

January has flown by, a busy month, including working on the final edit of our book and going on holiday. The No Dig Home and Garden has now gone back to the publishers and off to the designer, exciting times!

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Interview in Green Gardens

I was interviewed last month by Green Gardens about no dig gardening and other aspects of my work.

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No Dig Organic Home and Garden

The book I have written with Charles Dowding is now published!

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Open Garden – Sunday 4th September

  Open Garden at Homeacres on Sunday, Charles’ amazing no dig market garden. A great opportunity to find out more about no dig gardening, growing vegetables and to try some of my cakes!

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Summer harvests from the kitchen garden

Summer abundance fills my garden and kitchen, the delicious harvest of mulching, sowing, pricking out, planting, weeding, watering and caring for so many vegetables, herbs and fruit.

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The kitchen garden in June

The polytunnel planting is designed to crop on different levels to make full use of the growing space.

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