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Good Organic Gardening offers the best advice for productive gardening and is the only gardening magazine that goes all the way to the dining table. We reckon that great fresh food is the satisfaction of good gardening.
If you love growing your own, doing things in harmony with nature, and finding new ways to put fresh produce on the table, Good Organic Gardening will give you a new view of great ways to bring produce from the garden to the table.
In this issue of Good Organic Gardening #7.5
Welcome to our first issue for 2017! To celebrate a brand-new year, we’ve had a redesign of the magazine — we hope you like it as much as we do. It’s a little more playful and light-hearted, just like gardening itself should be.
The content is still much the same, with our horticulturists covering a range of interesting crops: Melissa showcases heritage cherries, potted olives and a plant we all know from our shores — pigface — while Jennifer looks at clever crops salsify, known as the oyster plant, and mustard as a soil cleanser, plus amaranth, dwarf beans, eschalots and rainbow chard. Meanwhile, Claire has put together two showcases: luscious warm-climate fruits and leafy green alternatives to lettuce and rocket in this hottest time of the year.
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