In the October issue you’ll find: Garden writer Sally Clifford meets chrysanthemum grower and exhibitor, Eric Kendall; and thrifty gardener Joyce Russell looks at some cheap options for home-made crop covers.
With the Autumn season in full swing, the October issue has delicious autumn themed recipes using butternut squash, apples and cabbage, from resident chef Anna Cairns Pettigrew; and with pruning season upon us, staff writer Tony Flanagan tries a selection of popular pruning kit.
Also in the October issue there’s…
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Painting your Produce
Artist and teacher Trine Pettigrew offers tips on capturing your produce in watercolours.
The Wright Approach
Martin Fish visits a market garden in Perthshire where crops are grown in a natural way.
On the plot with the three Mudketeers
Find out what KG’s editorial trio are doing on their plots in October.
A world of Edibles
Gardening writer Dan Heighes visits the new kitchen garden at RHS Wisley in Surrey.
And there’s still lots more for you to read, grow and do! The only place to find out more is in the October issue which is available to order now.
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