In the July issue of Kitchen Garden, you’ll find some great expert advice from gardening writer and broadcaster Martin Fish on growing lettuces and resident fruit expert and leading nurseryman David Patch talks cranberries or lingonberries.
Editor Steve Ott offers some growing advice on one of the nation’s top veggies – runner beans – and our plotter of the month – author, blogger and sustainable living advocate, Laura Tweedale.
Steve Ott, says, if you are looking to grow any food for the first time there’s also “top tips from KG regular Joyce Russell as she looks at planning to get the best from your growing space, whether that is a full allotment or just a few patio tubs.”
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Also in this issue: It’s a kind of magic! Gardening blogger Emma Bailey has some inspiring ideas for children over the school holidays.
Our latest batch of mouth-watering recipes use basil, carrots and scrumptious blackcurrants; and we have some great products in this issue too, staff writer Tony Flanagan looks at a range of top-value containers for growing crops.
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