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JOBJ FOR THE MONTH

TASKS FOR YOUR VEGETABLE PATCH IN NOVEMBER BY JOYCE RUSSELL

10 MINUTE JOBS

PICK KALE

Pick kale while leaves are green and fresh – larger leaves turn yellow and tough as the winter moves on. Try to pick medium-sized leaves rather than the small ones and don’t break the growing point if you want to keep producing fresh leaves.

CLEAR GROUND

Clear plants that have died back and be sure to pick up any mouldy or discoloured leaves. It’s good to get rid of as many disease spores as possible. Leave ground as clean as you can before you use mulch.

TIDY STRAWBERRY BEDS

Tidy strawberry beds and remove unwanted runners. Remove any discoloured leaves and give a thorough clip back if you need to, in order to maintain a healthy plant.

MAKE A LIST

Start making lists of what you would like to grow next year and where you would like to grow it. This is only the start of a process but it is nice to think of fruit bushes to plant and what seeds you might buy.

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Welcome to Kitchen Garden Magazine In this issue: A WALLED GARDEN FIT FOR A PRINCE ✪ Janice Hopper travels to Scotland’s beautiful Caste of Mey THE GREEN TEAM Writer Emily Collins travels to Goole in East Yorkshire to visit a charity that uses gardening to help the local community BARRICADE AND MARMALADE Gardening expert Sally Cunningham has a recipe for a productive security hedge And much more!