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.