In the June issue of Kitchen Garden, you’ll find in depth features from all our regular experts on growing carrots, cauliflowers and strawberries, and deputy editor Emma Rawlings packs five pages with flowers on the plot for colour, cutting and pollinators.
Dr Anton Rosenfeld shows us how to make use of natural predators to control pests and this month our Plotter of the Month feature focusses on Margaret and Alan Curtis’ parterre kitchen garden with fruit and vegetable beds edged with box hedging, in Berkshire.
Editor, Steve Ott says: “to help you fill your veg patch with trugfuls of delicious produce, plus wonderful colour and busy wildlife, we have some great features for you this month.”
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Also in this issue: Every day’s a school day! With lengthening days organic gardener Stephanie Hafferty discovers some handy hazel plants and tries her hand at hügelkultur.
Our latest batch of mouth-watering recipes use home-grown strawberries, garlic, potatoes, cauliflower and peppers; and we have some great products in this issue too, staff writer Tony Flanagan looks at garden brushes, so can keep your garden clean and tidy with ease.
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