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This month - Keep fresh, harvest and storage tips plus grow grapes and soya beans. Wow factor - Try globe artichokes and cardoons. Feeling drained? Share the highs (and lows!) of gutter gardening. Herbal treats - make a handy herb box and visit a grower's paradise. Fun with fungi - a beginners guide. Plus pruning for fruit, cash savers, feed your soil the organic way and fantastic exclusive videos in our custon iPad edition.

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Kitchen Garden Magazine
Who doesn’t love the flavour of home-grown fresh fruit
YOU & YOUR PLOT
TASKS FOR YOUR VEGETABLE PATCH IN SEPTEMBER BY MARTIN FISH
Where garden space is limited courgettes are ideal
■ Sow rows of salad leaves. It’s hard to have too many
ALL THE LATEST NEWS, PRODUCTS & FACTS FROM THE WORLD OF KITCHEN GARDENING
CONTACT US WITH YOUR LETTERS AND TIPS: TFLANAGAN@MORTONS.CO.UK
GOT A FRUIT OR VEG PROBLEM? ASK KG FOR HELP
Do you love your plot and growing veg? If you do we want to hear from you. Enter our Passionate Plotter Competition 2017 and you could win some great prizes
VISIT A SHOW, TAKE A TOUR, ENROL ON A COURSE
With apple, kale and mushroom on the menu, this month promises to be a tasty one thanks to Anna Pettigrew’s latest medley of culinary marvels
Snail-proof your salads with a gutter garden
GET GROWING
The KG team offer chat, tips and gradening gossip
WE DIG INTO THE WORLD WIDE WEB TO HARVEST GREAT WEBSITES, BLOGS & TWEETS
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Gaby Bartai pays a visit to the UK’s most northerly herb nursery
In the latest of our new variety trials, KG editor Steve Ott takes a look at three attractive new kales
Lettuce is not just a green leafy ball – it comes in an array of colours, forms and the older varieties have some interesting names, as heritage veg enthusiast Rob Smith explains
Your free seeds this month are a cracker. Red-veined sorrel is a stunning little plant just to look at, let alone eat
Lay the groundwork for next year’s growing season, says Benedict Vanheems. Over-wintered green manures sown now will help to protect your soil, crowd out weeds and add valuable organic matter and nutrients. It’s a wise gardener who takes advantage of these natural helpers
When it comes to summer pruning your apple and pear trees, fruit expert David Patch has a simple formula for success that anyone can remember
Mastering the growing of onions is a rite of passage for many, but for those of us who are still struggling, gardening writers Martin and Jill Fish may just have the answers
In this issue veg expert Sue Stickland takes a look
Soya beans are just packed with goodness, but go organic, advises nutritionist Susie Kearley
No need for a special kit, easy and cheap to grow, mushrooms are a must! Wendy Pillar shows you how
Practical gardener Martin Fish has a great little project which will appeal to herb lovers
Nutritionist Susie Kearley explains how our home harvests can help reduce the effects of modern-day pollution on our health
We all get gluts of fruit and vegetables sometimes but rather than waste them, use some of the many techniques to preserve and store your crops. Emma Rawlings takes a look at a few ideas
Growing grapes might seem a daunting prospect if you’ve never grown them before but don’t be deterred, says Joyce Russell. They’re not as difficult as you might think
WHAT TO BUY
OUR ROUNDUP OF THE LATEST PRODUCTS AND SERVICES FOR KITCHEN GARDENERS
If you’re looking for a good pair of secateurs, why not take a look at the ones the KG team tried out on the plot this month?
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TO ENTER OUR GIVEAWAYS SEE PAGE 91 OR VISIT THE KG WEBSITE
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