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TARRAGON

This aniseed-flavoured herb is the perfect accompaniment for chicken dishes or to flavour oils and vinegars. KG deputy editor Emma Rawlings reveals her top tips for growing it.

HERB OF THE MONTH

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The Latin name for tarragon is Artemisia dracunculus meaning ‘little dragon’ and the serpentine-like roots of this plant may have contributed to its name.

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Welcome to Kitchen Garden Magazine In this issue: HINTS FOR HAPPY HARVESTING Joyce Russell has some great pointers to help you hone your harvesting skills DAMSON DELIGHT Fruit expert and nurseryman David Patch extols the virtues of damsons NEW VARIETY ON TRIAL This month we look at two new beetroot varieties And much more!