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Living in Tasmania, I’m just reading the April issue properly now. Just wanted to say that I loved the Hanging Gardens of Plenty piece. I’ve put so many fruit trees/vines/canes into my garden that I’m running a little short of space for veg, so looking at other ways of growing them, including hanging baskets. This was a lovely comprehensive – and very timely – article on the subject, so thank you.

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In this month's issue of Kitchen Garden... - Free 2018 Gardener's journal - 6 Recipes to warm up your winter - Grow a pear! with our pick of the top varieties - Veg made simple 4 easy steps to perfect crop rotation - Onion sowing explained - What's i store? Fill your larder for free in 2018 - Make your own cold frame & gutter garden - How-to guide for spuds, chillies, celery & yacons - 5 DIY Tipples to get the party started - Meet the young plotters - Savings on great products

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Kitchen Garden Magazine
Welcome to a wonderful new year of growing your own
YOU & YOUR PLOT
TASKS FOR YOUR VEGETABLE PATCH IN JANUARY BY MARTIN FISH
This is a good time to start planning if you want a
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
This month we feature our first place winners in the KG Passionate Plotter competition that was launched in summer 2017
WE DIG INTO THE WORLD WIDE WEB TO HARVEST GREAT WEBSITES, BLOGS & TWEETS
IN YOUR FEBRUARYISSUE OF KITCHEN GARDEN MAGAZINE
VISIT A SHOW, TAKE A TOUR, ENROL ON A COURSE
You may have some potatoes in store and some ka and Brussels sprouts ready on the plot. Anna Pettigrew offers some delicious recipes using these winter staples
With a new season almost upon us, we asked some of our regular contributors for their gardening new year resolutions
GET GROWING
On warmer days in winter keep greenhouses and polytunnels
With melons on his mind, Tony Flanagan trials compact watermelon ‘Little Darling’, the seeds of which are now available to buy
In this series we look at flowers that complement the veg garden, either to grow as a cut flower crop or to attract beneficial insects
Keen advocate for growing your own, Steve Neal, visits Somerset and finds a state boarding school developing the farming and horticultural skills of its students
It’s time to think potatoes, says growing and cooking writer Holly Farrell, with some top tips and what you can find out by attending potato days
Avid chilli grower Rob Smith looks at some of his favourite varieties and explains his approach to growing them
Many gardeners buy young vegetable plants from local garden centres or mail order companies to save time and for convenience. But have you ever wondered where those plants originally came from? Martin Fish travels to a high-tech nursery to find out
Permaculture pioneer Patrick Whitefield sadly passed away in 2015 but in this excerpt from an exciting new collection of his writings he explains what to consider when buying a new fruit tree
This month Joyce Russell shows how, with a little imagination, guttering and downpipes can be used for both growing and storage
Want to add another crop to your repertoire? How about this sweet-tasting root vegetable that Sally Cunningham has been growing on her allotment?
Don’t put up with supermarket pears when there are many delicious varieties you can grow yourself. This month, fruit expert David Patch shares five of his favourites
Celery is popular in salads and delicious braised,
Growing vegetables and fruits specifically for the larder means you can enjoy your own garden-grown produce every day of the year, says Benedict Vanheems
A cold frame is an essential piece of kit, says Martin Fish, and a perfect companion to the greenhouse or polytunnel. So why not make one?
Drink away those winter chills with these spectacular concoctions, guaranteed to warm the cockles of your heart. Here Anna Pettigrew combines herbs, spices, fruit and, oh yes, a little drop of the hard stuff
WHAT TO BUY
Well, here we are, another new year and it’s time to get excited about sowing. So take a tour of these sowing accessories that thrilled the KG team this month
EXCLUSIVE SAVINGS TO HELP MAKE YOUR MONEY GO FURTHER
Nothing beats the taste of freshly dug spuds, and it’s
TO ENTER OUR GIVEAWAYS SEE PAGE 91 OR VISIT THE KG WEBSITE
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