Kitchen Garden

Make your garden A PLACE OF well-being

I don’t know about you, but alongside browsing seed catalogues and plenty of pen circling, I see the chilly winter months as a chance to look over how the last growing year went – thinking about my harvests, disasters and also how my general garden design worked for me and my lifestyle. Once spring arrives, it’s non-stop gardening, so I like to use these early months to make any changes for the upcoming year.

While pondering my design changes, own fitness goals, time availability and vegetable growing ambitions for 2021, I decided to give Jan Broady a call to see if he had any tips for you and me about how we can make our

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