For the sheer delicacy of its outer petals, the crocus flower is a lovely choice to adorn your kitchen table, and a chance to put a little egg cup to wonderful use. Not only that, but they also play a crucial role in the survival of our pollinators!
In this episode of grow, cook, eat, arrange Sarah Raven and Arthur Parkinson also share their love of chard, the envy of many a gardener come the winter months. While Arthur explains his reluctance to pick chard, Sarah has several satiating recipes for you to try with it, and explains why it’s best to sow it twice a year to make the most from chard all year round.
You’ll also hear how you can bring vivid splashes of colour into your garden with one of the most vibrant and versatile plants - the antirrhinum!
In this episode, discover…
Crocus Tommasinianus: http://bit.ly/3pNkQTb
Crocus chrysanthus 'Snow Bunting': http://bit.ly/3snmTPk
Crocus Vernus ‘Flower Record’: http://bit.ly/3umv941
Crocus Minimus ‘ Spring Beauty’: http://bit.ly/3bxWyri
Swiss Chard ‘Bright Lights’: http://bit.ly/3snGM8X
Antirrhinum majus ‘Liberty Crimson’: http://bit.ly/3uokhma
Sarah Raven Antirrhinum Collection: http://bit.ly/3aKIJ9N
Chantilly Series: http://bit.ly/3bAgycC