This month in Kitchen Garden - July 2017

This month in Kitchen Garden – July 2017

In the July issue – Recipes, melons, liquid feeds, herbal harvest, weedkillers, giveaways worth over £1665 plus much more!

Although there is plenty to do in the garden this month it’s also important to take some time out to relax and enjoy the fruits of your labours. With this in mind we have a special feature on patio produce, including original suggestions on how to make some mouthwatering barbecue dishes from your home-grown delights.

If the pruning of stone fruits, which includes some of our most delicious summer harvests such as cherries, plums, peaches, apricots and nectarines, is a bit of a mystery to you, turn to page 66. There our resident fruit expert David Patch explains how to go about it in easy steps.

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We also have great features on growing your free seeds this month which include Cape gooseberries and borage. We show you how to make your own organic liquid feeds and a ladder shelf for your home-grown herbs and salads.

Last but not least, do check out the launch of our Passionate Plotter competition 2017 on page 48. You could win a share of our great prize kage worth more than £1900!

Kitchen Garden July issue – On sale May 25 – Buy now!

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