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POPPY SEEDS IN AID OF THE RHC

Having raised £63,000 from the sale of poppy ‘Victoria Cross’ and sweet pea ‘Scarlet Tunic’ since 2014, Suffolk seed specialist, Mr Fothergill’s, hopes gardeners will continue to support the work of the Royal Hospital Chelsea (RHC) by growing the poppy again in 2018.

Mr Fothergill’s joint managing director, David Carey, said: “We are proud to be supporting the Royal Hospital Chelsea and pleased to see so many gardeners joining with us to do that. While the centenary draws to a close in 2018, our close links with the RHC will see us supporting their important work for many years to come.”

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This month: - Win garden goodies - Great giveaways worth over £1412 - Wiggle Wonders - how worms can boost your harvest - Free parsnip and pepper seeds + claim free currant duo - Pick of the crops - 12 must-grow treats from rasberries to leeks - New season new seeds - latest news on varieties from 2018 - Dare to be different with winter melons & medlars - Plant your own beauty products - 3-pages garlic growing guide - Copositing kit tried & tested - Delicious seasonal recipes

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With the KG website forum users: Can you sum up your growing season in 10 words?
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Whether you grow a few flowers on your allotment or have beds and borders in your garden, autumn is a time for a tidy and refresh
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Apart from being naturally beautiful, trees form wonderful focal points in the garden and are great for nature. Now is the time to plan and plant for best results
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The last of the summer crops are gathered in and we anticipate the winter ones to come
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You may be surprised by the variety of what’s available for eating. There are perennials to suit every garden, with luscious leaves, hardy brassicas, edible blooms and onion-family delights to fill your larder. Here are some recommendations to get you started.
Home-grown garlic tastes delicious and with many different varieties to grow it means you can experience a wider taste range than you would get with supermarket garlic. Emma Rawlings offers some tips on planting garlic now on your plot
They may not be sweet but winter melons are much in demand, says organic gardener Sally Cunningham
It fell out of favour 100 years ago, but fruit expert David Patch believes it is high time the medlar made a comeback in our fruit gardens
You might be ready for a little rest and recuperation over the winter but there is still quite a bit to do before you finally put your feet up. Joyce Russell provides a comprehensive task list
You can buy a potting bench but why not make one to suit your particular needs, and save yourself a bit of money at the same time? Martin Fish shows you how
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