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YOU KNOW YOU’RE A GARDENER WHEN…

In this light-hearted look at what it means to be a gardener, journalist and garden lover Becky Dickinson explores the consequences of being a member of the green-fingered community

From spending more money on gardening tools than you do on clothes, to getting up in the night to check on your precious seedlings, there are some things only a gardener will understand. But don’t worry, you’re in good company. How many of the following can you relate to?

1 You struggle to sleep at night worrying whether your seedlings are safe from slugs. You have even been known to go outside to check, possibly with a pair of scissors or bucket of salty water in hand.

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About Kitchen Garden Magazine

Welcome to Kitchen Garden Magazine! In this issue: BRASSICAS ARE THE BEST ✪ Meet Carl Walters, winner of the Best Crop category in our annual competition A CUE FOR THE GREAT OUTDOORS ✪ The latest award-winning outdoor cucumber varieties revealed ALL ABUZZ ON THE PLOT Stephanie Hafferty is busy but still finds time to listen to the equally busy bees And much more!