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Digital Subscriptions > Kitchen Garden Magazine > 264 - September 2019 > THE CULTIVATED PLOT: COOKING UP A STORM


This month there’s more drama and plenty to share on Sally and Graham Strong's plot
Quite a boot full and all plot-grown apart from the toms which were planted in the greenhouse at home

I’ve always been a great believer in the saying that the best way to keep a plant is to give it away. hat may sound a little counter-intuitive at first hearing, but it’s a sure ire way to spread a little happiness (especially if it’s something worth having) and, more selfishly, it gives you a source of propagation material if yours curls up and dies. Each year I top up a small nursery filled with plants that may be rare, particularly garden-worthy or new to the market, that I dip into when visitors have done ‘the garden tour’. Or the gifts may go further afield.

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