It's a nightmare of conflicting advice - we know how it goes - we determine to do something in the garden this year, to grow stuff, to eat some home produce. So we find some nice looking plants at Tesco or wherever, buy some compost, take them home and plant them in the garden (if we can find room) or in a tub on the patio, we water them, we tend them, and (if we are lucky) one of them survives and we finally harvest around 3 raspberries.
What did we do wrong? Did we over-water them? Did we under-water them? Should we have used more plant feed? Less plant feed? Who knows?
Perhaps we need to go back in time to a better age when qardening was, well, more organic.
Or perhaps we need to overcome decades of garden mismanagement and approach things differently?
Here's a guy who has some simple ideas and grand claims - but haven't we heard them all before?
I suspect that...