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Passionate Plotter Competition 2017

Do you love your plot and growing veg? If you do we want to hear from you. Enter our Passionate Plotter Competition 2017 and you could win some great prizes



Enter our competition and win some great prizes

The WOLF-Garten multi-change® 15cm push-pull weeder features a wavy, dual edge blade enabling you to work both forwards and backwards below soil level, cutting through weeds at the root level while the side guards let you work close to plants without damaging them. It easily attaches to all multichange ® handles including the lightweight ZMI15.

First place winner will receive a Harrod Metal Raised Bed in Heritage Green or Anthracite Grey. The second place winner will receive two Tall Circular Rust Plant Supports.


The third prize winner will receive a Harrod Lichen Green finish Lobster Pot Plant Support (pictured left). This traditional style grow-through plant support is ideal for supporting all types of large perennials such as peonies or dahlias and can also be used in the vegetable garden for supporting plants such as dwarf beans.

As well as vouchers, The Organic Gardening Catalogue is giving away The Chase 3-Step Organic Plant Nutrition Programme (1 litre each of SM3, SM4 and SM5).

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Kitchen Garden is Britain's best guide to growing your own. It offers advice from the finest minds in gardening to make sure you get the tastiest produce from your plot.