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How to change a domestic propane gas cylinder

We use an 11kg propane gas cylinder that’s connected to our oven. It is located outside, and needs replacing every 3-4 months. Changing it is a simple exercise, but there are a couple of small tips for those that are uninitiated and have not done this before. This article is a step-by-step guide on how to change a domestic propane gas cylinder in the UK.

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50 electric onions planted

We eat a lot of vegetables, and since we’ve moved to the countryside we have been experimenting with what we can successfully grow ourselves. Over the summer, we grew Isobel onions from seed, and they were extremely flavoursome and a big success. We purchased a bag of Taylor’s Electric onions (a winter onion) from our local garden centre to get an early harvest next year.

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My vintage green gardening Hunter wellies

I’ve received a couple of questions about the wellington boots (wellies) I have worn in some of my YouTube video. I’ll be honest – I wasn’t fully onboard when my wife said she was ordering me a new pair of gardening Hunter wellies. I felt that the price tag for the wellington boots was a tad high. Two years later, it’s one of the best purchases she’s made – or was it?

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