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Digital Subscriptions > Kitchen Garden Magazine > 266 - November 2019 > ON THE PLOT WITH THE 3 MUDKETEERS

ON THE PLOT WITH THE 3 MUDKETEERS

TIP TPO

Use a lawnmower to shred fallen leaves to create leafmould – this will increase the speed of decomposition

“Have you viewed us on YouTube yet?”

The KG team offer chat, tips and gardening gossip

GOING AT IT BLIND

So what have the Muddies been up to this month? Steve, blindfolded? Four cherry tomatoes and a very hot chilli? What’s going on?

Ah well, Steve was a willing victim (or was he?) for a little tomato tasting – four varieties: ‘Montello’, ‘Rosella’, ‘Sweet Baby’ and ‘Sungold’. Oh, yes, and, unbeknown to him, a ‘Carolina Reaper’, yes, only the hottest chilli in chillidom! Oh that dastardly duo, Emma and Tony!

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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!