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The potential of the Autumn Equinox
13th September 2017
With a little more than a week before the Autumn Equinox on the 22 September, its time to prepare ourselves for the changes it brings to our energy...
A Beneficial Fungus - The Mushroom
7th June 2017
Incredibly, mushrooms constitute approximately 14,000 different plant species.   This beneficial fungus is high in selenium, copper and vitamin...
Local, organic and seasonal
5th June 2017
At Lee Greens, we aim to provide our local area with seasonal, organic vegetables from small local farms. What does "local" mean, though, and why...
Eat the Colours and Consume that Rainbow
17th May 2017
'ROY G. BIV’? Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Indigo, and Violet – the seven colours of the rainbow, the seven-chakra points of the body and the...
Lee Greens Turns 2!
14th May 2017
This month Lee Greens celebrates its 2nd birthday!  We started back in May 2015 with the help of a loan from Growing Communities, they've...
2017-11-20
17th April 2017
What’s under that vegetable skin?  Vitamins and micro minerals!  I love the synergy of vegetables and fruit – that it’s possible and...
Welcome to spring - It's in the air
23rd March 2017
Monday was the Spring Equinox, Nature’s energetic shift of season that we see in blooming gardens, bluer skies and colourful seasonal vegetables and...
Nourishing January
11th January 2017
A new year, a new you!  But is the ‘January Detox’ the right approach to January?  After an exciting and indulgent December we often like...
Happy Holidays and a VERY Happy Digestion To You All!
21st December 2016
I love Christmas. The smells, the wrapping, the unwrapping, the telephone calls around the world and the food with all the trimmings.  ...
Interview:  Our hero veg volunteers
22nd November 2016
Lee Greens is a small local scheme, and we rely on the help of a group of loyal volunteers to help bag up your bags each week.  Truth, you...
Sunchoke, better known Jerusalem Artichoke
16th November 2016
Jerusalem artichokes do not derive from the artichoke family nor do they originate from Jerusalem.  Instead they are a sunflower tuber, often...

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