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FIVE GROW LIVE

This growing season we are following five gardeners from different parts of the country. Each of them is growing the same selection of seeds, some of which were given away last month with KG, so why not grow along with us and compare notes?

We will be following the highs and lows of the growing seasons five gardeners and comparing how their crops grow in different parts of the country. Here are our five

THE CROPS BEING GROWN

The following seeds were kindly given by Kings Seeds, who also supply the seeds that are given away with Kitchen Garden magazine. Three of the ‘trial’ seeds – sweetcorn ‘Golden Bantam’, kohl rabi and butternut squash – are being given away free with this issue. So why not grow these along with the Five Grow Live team and let us have your feedback on how they do?

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About Kitchen Garden Magazine

Welcome to Kitchen Garden Magazine In this issue: LEARNING ON THE PLOT ✪ This month we travel to Derby and a thriving allotment site that is inspiring city dwellers to grow their own A GARDEN FOR GOURMETS ✪ Garden writer Gaby Bartai visits a kitchen garden in Scotland which uses some surprising techniques to supply crops for a famous restaurant BOOST YOUR BIODIVERSITY ✪ KG regular Ben Vanheems explains why we should make space for wildlife on their plot And much more!