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HAVE YOUR SAYA

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ALL IN THE GREENHOUSE IS GOLDEN

Back at the beginning of April I sowed some seeds of ‘Golden Bantam’ sweetcorn which came free with Kitchen Garden. Being so far north and having a much shorter growing season than folk in the south I didn’t hold out much hope of success but thought I’d give it a go anyway. I planted the resulting plants out in the garden at the beginning of May but thought I’d hedge my bets by putting a few in the ground in the greenhouse. I am so glad I did, because on August 20 I was able to harvest the first sweet and absolutely delicious cob from the greenhouse while the outside plants were still only about 2ft high and looked very unlikely to produce the goods!

Heather Johnstone, Drumnadrochit

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Welcome to Kitchen Garden Magazine! In this issue: SPUD LOVE ✪ Gardening expert Rob Smith has some great top tips for growing tasty spuds. EDIBLE EDGES ✪ Ben Vanheems encourages us to use walls and fences to pack in more produce. SUCCEED WITH CAULIFLOWERS ✪ KG editor Steve Ott reveals his top tips for cracking curds And much more!