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In this month's issue of Kitchen Garden ... - Grow succulent strawberries - Save ££s on plants with our great offers - £2338 worth of garden goodies to be won! - Spring into action - 4 page sowing guide - Salads all year round - Try crunchy kohl rabi - How do you like it? Is your plot pristie or patchy? - Broad beans for beginners - 7 pages of delicious recipes - Bye bye to blight - Gloves tested - Boost your mood with gardeing

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Kitchen Garden Magazine
March marks the beginning of the most exciting part
YOU & YOUR PLOT
TASKS FOR YOUR VEGETABLE PATCH IN MARCH BY MARTIN FISH
STEP 1: Leeks are a great winter veg for the garden
■ Sow cucumbers, melons, peppers, French beans, courgettes
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 third place winner of our Passionate Plotter competition, Adrian Read of Northallerton, North Yorkshire. Adrian grows top-quality vegetables and exhibits and displays them at shows
VISIT A SHOW, TAKE A TOUR, ENROL ON A COURSE
Anna Pettigrew is certainly queen of the kitchen this mon with this majestic display of mouthwatering dishes – with chard, celeriac and asparagus her chosen vegetables
There are two types of allotment holder, says Emma Rawlings. Here she takes a light-hearted look at what makes them both tick and why they can’t always see eye to eye
IN YOUR APRILISSUE OF KITCHENGARDEN MAGAZINE
GET GROWING
With Emma otherwise engaged, the remaining two Mudketeers
In this new series we look at useful flowers to grow on the veg patch, either to encourage pollinators, for cut flowers or to eat
Gardening writer Gaby Bartai travels to the north of Scotland to visit an inspirational walled garden which is being recreated for the 21st century.
Composting expert and author Andrew Davenport explains the technique of ridge and furrow growing
Delicious when harvested young and tender, hardy broad beans have a lot to offer – as veg growing expert Rob Smith explains
Looking for an ecologically sound and cost-effective solution to growing under cover? Environmentalist Wendy Pillar investigates the pros and cons of solar greenhouses
Potato blight can devastate a promising crop of spuds in a matter of days. It’s frustrating, exasperating and dispiriting! But take a few precautions and you can avoid this fungal disease altogether, says Benedict Vanheems
With leaves radiating from its pale green or purple bulbous stem, few veggies are as distinctive as kohl rabi. They are also easy to grow and delicious to eat, as Steve Ott explains
Why not try growing pignuts, a native plant that tastes somewhere between a hazelnut and a chestnut? A treat not to be missed, says Sally Cunningham
Tomato blight has become a real scourge in recent years and in many areas has prevented gardeners from producing fruit at all. But new varieties are starting to tip the balance. KG’s editor Steve Ott taste-tests the latest
The choice of salad for the home gardener to grow is enormou and makes supermarket bags of leaves seem boring. Sue Stickland shares some of her favourites
In this extract from her new book, chef Maria Elia brings us a wonderful ange of modern recipes for vegetarians or meat eaters who simply want to add more vegetables to their diet
Strawberry heaven h2@If you’re looking for flavour
Time to think about ripping open those seed packets and here Emma Rawlings looks at what you can sow direct in the ground and what to start off in pots
WE DIG INTO THE WORLD WIDE WEB TO HARVEST GREAT WEBSITES, BLOGS & TWEETS
Joanne Maxwell is a counsellor working with bereaved people. She uses horticultural therapy with her clients and here shares her understanding of the emotional and wellbeing benefits that growing your own can bring
Sowing and planting to the right depth and distance can be a little tricky, so why not make some simple tools to help you along? Joyce Russell shows you how…Pictures: Ben Russell
WHAT TO BUY
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OUR ROUNDUP OF THE LATEST PRODUCTS AND SERVICES FOR KITCHEN GARDENERS
A good pair of gloves can make all the difference when tackling various jobs in the garden. Choosing the right pair to suit your needs is really important so here’s a few the KG team tried out this month
EXCLUSIVE SAVINGS TO HELP MAKE YOUR MONEY GO FURTHER
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