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HOMESPUN MAGIC

In this new series, Stephanie Hafferty offers a miscellany of helpful tips and tricks for kitchen, house and garden. Here, she gets the most out of herbs and multi-sows in modules

STEPHANIE HAFFERTY

Stephanie is an organic no-dig kitchen gardener, plant-based cook, award- winning author and writer, small-scale homesteader and mum of three. To uncover more nuggets of gardening wisdom, go to Stephanie's website and blog: nodighome.com.

BOLTING BRASSICAS!

In the spring, as days lengthen and temperatures increase, brassicas which have been cropping deliciously all winter start to bolt. Leave some to flower to increase biodiversity in your garden and bring welcome fresh flavours into the kitchen.

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About Kitchen Garden Magazine

Welcome to Kitchen Garden Magazine In this issue: A Joy of Summer Veg expert Rob Smith has some top tips for success with courgettes every time Brilliant Brassicas! Former head gardener Sue Stickland explores our changing attitudes to brassicas and the many exciting new varieties available Flights of Fancy Gardener and nature enthusiast Ben Vanheems encourages us all to make room for butterflies on our plots And much more!