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One of the Royal Horticultural Society’s gardens is Rosemoor in Devon. Steve Neal visited the garden and had a tour of their stunning vegetable garden packed with growing ideas
Brassicas growing well. Behind these is an arch of squashes

I’m in deepest Devon at Rosemoor, the smallest of the RHS gardens. It’s set in a valley and the terraces of Great Torrington look over us from the hill. Pete Adams, head of edibles, is showing me around the fruit and vegetables grown by his team. While every garden has a purpose, it’s only the great gardens that have clear and beneficial purposes.

Pete is to the point, very precise about what the fruit and vegetable section is about. On the one hand, there is the decorative function, to look good for the visitors who regularly seek out the place. And it is also there to educate and inform.These two purposes inform gardening practice which in turn informs how the gardens look to the visitors.

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Welcome to the November 2018 digital issue including exclusive videos made especially for you! This month... Can you dig it? Digging tools that take the strain. Give your fruit a winter workout Crab apple to light up plot and plate Snug fit snack food - Tasty vegetables for your small garden Bird feeders tried and tested by the pecks-perts Grow relaxing herbal teas Easy veg for kids Breads and pickles