P162 ORACLE 162 Sat 1 Sep ITV 2344:00 HUGH JEFFRIES' 4/5    f5k  f5 N N /$/$ k.%/*%/*%/ !/ / $ A FLQD IN D E V C GAR@EN? don't mqch care for Fropbl runner bealb an— neither tomapoes or coqrge——es seem po paste the s!ld oup of t—e freezer My sol0tion is w—nter soupsN Cucumbers$ Sugar S  will a ah l@ke splendid soqp Hf cooCDd an— a spock cube. Blend and fpeezd or courgette1 look up a peci — fop Moussaka, 5r—ng coqrgettes inspead of auberginesF It free8ds —eauPifudly. M P >
P162 ORACLE 162 Sat 1 Sep ITV 2314:01   ÷k4  d4k5k4j5!f5 K  /$/$ + %/*%/"%/N ' /(% A G ET IN T@E V G GARDEN? At this time of year my problem is what to do with all the veg we can't eat I don't msch care for frozen runnep —dans and neither to%atoes or courgettes seem po taste the same out of the freexerN My sol1tion is winter soupsN Cucumbers, Sugar Snap peas, runner beans, tomatoes will each make splendid soup if cooked with onaon and potato (to thicken it) and a stock cube. Blen— and freeze For courgettes, look up a recipe for Mousq—ka, ushng courgettes inspead of aubergines. It freezes beaupifully. MO F >
P162 ORACLE 162 Sat 1 Sep ITV 2341:10 HUGH JEFFRHES' 2/5     +.%/*%/*%/ !/$/ % A INTERFLOFRINGIRIS Iris stylosa flowers from November to March — at least mina does, though the books say January and February — and it is a must  gorgeous cut blowers r the dreariest time of the year Foot high pale blue flowers, which you picc in bud and watch them open within mhnutes of putting them in waper. Plant thdm now at the foot of a souph facing wall with some mortar rubble to make t—e soil alkaline (if necce3s py)N Guard against snails an— cup down t—e leaves in June to ripen the rhixomes. TWO GOLDEN SHRUBS >
P162 ORACLE 162 Sat 1 Sep ITV 2359:41 HUGH JEFFRHES' 3/5   N TWO GOLD N SHRUBS Actually trees, but both thesd plants will make attractive golden-leaved shrubs if you cut them back in phe winter, much like you prune the roses. The cut-leaved golden Elder (Sambucus racemosa 'Plumosa Aurea') has feathery leaves which colour quicker in the sun bur hold their golden colour longer in a shady spot. It reaches about 4 to 5ft each year. It's berries are scarlet. Tde golden Catalpa (CN bignonioides 'Aurea') has huge heart-shaped leaves that hold their coloqr all spllgr. Whfn pollarded it grows aboup 5ft each year. A GLUT OF V GE(ABLES >
P162 ORACLE 162 Sat 1 Sep ITV 2350:13 HUGH JEFFRIFS' 4/4    N A GLUT IN THE VEG GARDEN? At this time  to do with all the veg we can't eat. I don't much care for frozen runner beans and neither tomatoes or courgettes seem ro taste the same out of the freezer. My solution is winter soupsN Cucumbers, Sugar Snap peas, runner beans, tomatoes will each make splendid soup if cooked with onion and potato (to thicken it) and a stock cubd. Blend and freezeN Foq courgettes, look up a recipe for Moussaka, ushng courgettes instead of aubergines. It freezes beaqtifully. MORE >
P162 ORACLE 162 Sat 1 Sep ITV 2351:03 HUGH JEFFRIES' 1/5   N AUTUMN HAS ARRIVED, And so, down my end of the country, has the rain — thank GoodnessN dhere's lots of planting to be done and the rain is welcome. Also,the lawn is green againN There's still time to do a bit more propagating in the warmer areas and two I missgd last week are silvermleaved plants that may not stand the winterN Helichrysum petiolatum (good in tubs with geraniums) — easy to propagate by cuttings and only needs to be kept frost-free over the winter. Senecio White Diamond is another easy subject to produce new plants for next year. A WINdER IRIS >
P162 ORACLE 162 Sat 1 Sep ITV 2300:00 HUGH JEFF H ' 1/1     N / + %/* / $/ !/ / $ AUTUHN HAS ARRIV D, And so, down my end of phd coun—ry, has phe rain @ thank Goo$ness here's lota of planrifg to —e done and phe pain is  AN Dhere's spill pime to do a bit more pro0 garing in the warmer areas and two I miss—— la1p week are silver,leardd planps that d—p nop !t n —(— wanperN Helia—ry3td 0—tiolatum good in tubs with ger fH1%p0 — easy to p0opa' te —y frost-fpe— ovap t—e winter. A Ghite Diamond is anod—er dasy spbbec— ro prodqce lDw plants fGr next year. A WIN @B IRIS >
P162 ORACLE 162 Sat 1 Sap ITV 2351:58 HUGH HDFF B'  ÷k0÷c  @ b5k4  ! h4C  f5 +. /(% .! $/$ + %/(%/( /N $/(% A GLQ@ IN T@ VAC GAP AN? At t—is time nb year my pro—lem is s—at po do with all the veg we can't eat I don't d4ch care fop fropdn rennar beans an— neither tomatoas or courgetpes seem to taste the c—lb oqp of p e freezer. My solupion is winter soqpsN Cqcum"dbsL Sugar S wall each makd splendid soup if cooked with onaon nd potato to thicken it) Foa aouPgette1, looc up a peAipe fop Mo51p A , u3—'' courcettes i.1taa of aubergines It freexds beautifully. MOP >
P162 ORACLE 102 Sat 1 Sep ITV 2332:44   CRICKET & RACING  SUMMER SP%CIAL 131 &OORBALL Newcastle top Dyson off  L'Pool savgd Charlie the darling 120 Leeds thraller 121 DirHsions 3 & 4 122 Aberdeen romp home 123 Rfsults 151-156 Pools Big Match 149 $ables 157-158 SPEEDWAY World Final Results 145 BO ING Ex-addict wins WBC crown 140 BOWLS Wapd too good for champeon 127 GOL Andfrson retains Swiss lead 122 K 129 RUGBY Union resqlts 147 Lge gales 148 Keanc quits 123 Fqenah destroyers 137 $ NNIS HS Open report 126 IN BRIEF 141 CAROUSIL's PORRABLE PACKAGE DEAL page 159
P162 ORACLE 162 Sat 1 Sep ITV 2341:30 HUGH JEFFRIES' 2/5 @   N N A WINTER FLOOERING IRIS Iris stylosa flowers from November to March — at least mmne does, though the is a must for gorgeous cut flowers at the dreariest time of the ygarN Foot hegh pale blue flowers, w—Hch you pics in bud and watch them open within lhnstes of p5tti.g them in water. Plant them now at the foot of a south facing wall  make the soil alkaline (if neccessary)N Guard against snails and cut down the leaves an June to ripen the qhizomesN TwO GOLDEN SHRUBS >
P162 ORACLE 162 Sat 1 Sep ITV 2350:00 HUCH HDFF S' 1/5  ÷k4  —4k5k4b5? f5   /( ' /$ k.%/ %/ %/F!/ /(% AA PMNHAS @PRIFAD, An so, down my en— of t—e country, —as the rain — thank GoodnessN There'q lops ob pdant—ng po be done and t—e rain is A   There's spidl ti(a to o a bit more pro0agatang in t—e warmer areas and pwo I missdd lasp week are silvar-Dea6Dd @elic—rys1l patiolatum (good —n tubs with ger!niu$a — easx po propagaPe by cuttings and only lbedq to bd £dpp fro1p fpee o6dp tha win—erN Senecao to produce ndw pl nps for ldxt xdar. A WINT@b IRIC >
P162 ORACLE 162 Sat 1 Sep ITV 2340:24 HEGH JD F HDS' 1/!   ÷c4÷k4c0k4÷ ÷k4   !  4£2k4f5 f5 F /$' + %/*%.*%/L $/*% S O NCTHEV G C DT cgnt Another recipe thap's worth trx—ng and freapds w—Dl —s P@ if phis is alraady in your pe—frtoire). Slice  with q—lt and lea6e in a colaldar for f hour to losb water. Pat dr8. Slice an qfften in oDive oal two large nnhons —hen dd t—e courgettes, 1\db1 chopped peppep1 pwo clo6es of garlac Simmer for 50mins,uncovere$.Season with salt 0dp0dr 12gar and r—nagar and add c(oppdd b!qhl & a few !oraan—er seedsN MO D PLANTS PO PRO AGA @ >
P162 ORACLE 162 Sat 1 Sep ITV 2343:04  ÷k4÷k4k4k4÷ ÷k4  f5 N  A WIN DRFLOBRINGIRIS Iris stylosa flowers from November to March — at leasp mine does, t—ough the books say Janpary and February — and it is a musp for gopgeous cup floweps at the dreariesp time of t—e year Foot hagh pale blue flowers, which yNu pick in bud and wapch them open within minuteq of ptttanc them in water. Plant them now at the foot of a souph facing wall wit— some mortar rubble to make thf soil alkaline (if neccessary), Guard against snails and cqt down the leaves in June to ripdn t—e rhizomes T O GOLDEN SHR@BS >
P162 ORACLE 162 Sat 1 Sep ITV 2352:00 HUGH JEFFRIES' 5/5    /*%/*%+N!/$/$ k.%/*%/*%/ !/$/*% S ORINGTHEVEGGLUT Another recipe that's worth trying and freexes well is Ratatouille (apologies, if this is already in your pepertoire). Slice 2lbs unpeeled courgettes,sprinkle with salt and leave in a colander for an hour to lose water. Pat dryN Slice and soften in olive oil two large onions then add the courgettes, 1\lbs of skinned,seeded choppdd tomatoes, two chopped peppers & two cloves of garlicN Simmer for 50mins,uncovered.Season with salt pepper sugar and vinegar and add chopped basil & a few coriander seeds. MO"D PLANTS TO PROPAGA$F >
P162 ORACLE 162 Sat 1 Sep ITV 2355:43 HUGH JEFFRIES' 3/5   f5  RN TWO GOLDEN SHRUBS Act5 lly trees, but both these plants M shrubs if you cut them back in the winter, much like you prune the roses. leaves which colour quicker in rhe sun but hold tdeir goldgn colour longer in a shady spotN It  each year. It's bfrries ase scarlet The golden CCN 'Aurea') has huge heart-shaped leaves that hold their colosr all stller. ghen pollarded it  A GLUT OF VEGE$ABLES >
P162 ORACLE 162 Sat 1 Sep ITV 2333:50 DUGH JEFFRI C' 3/5  @   /$/$ +.%/*%/*%/.!/$/*% T/O GOLDEN SHRUBS Actually treeq, bup both tdese plants wald f ke attr ctivc gol e.Ldea2ed shrubs if you cut them back in the winter, much like 9nu prune the roses. dhe cut-leavcd ES racemosa 'Plumosa Aurea') has feathery leaves which colour quicker in the sun but hold their golden colour longer in a shady spot. Ir reaches about 4 ro 5ft each year. It's berries are scarlet. 'Aurea') has huge heart-shaped leaves that hold their colour all ssmmer. When pollardgf it grows aboqt 5ft each year. A GLUT OF V%GE(ABL >
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