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Welcome to our winter issue of Home Grown magazine, which is bursting with ideas for healthy choices for your body and the environment. Winter is the perfect time to improve your garden. We give you plenty of practical information on how to get your vegie patch in order, from growing fennel, kale, and sweet potato, to maintaining wonderful plum trees to ensure an abundance of produce for bottled plums, jams and sauces. There’s also tips on growing garlic and ginger, plus tasty recipes highlighting their superb flavours. Flowers definitely aren’t forgotten. Winter is the ideal time to critically assess the make-up and feel of your garden. Even a small courtyard should have pockets of flowers and contrasting foliage to delight your senses. Thinking about updating your garden? Please be mindful of bees, and follow our hints to incorporate bee-friendly plants. What about installing a pond or water feature? In addition to adding beauty to your garden, ponds may help cool the environment, and provide increased biodiversity in your garden, supporting natural pest predators like frogs, dragonflies and damselflies. For most of us, winter means skyrocketing heating bills. Our report shows the simple steps you can take to lessen your home’s need for heating, plus looks at the pros and cons of a variety of heating methods. We also feature fruit ciders. Made by crushing fruit to extract the juice, apples and pears are the most common, however quinces, plums, and blackberries may also be used. Our guide will help you create delicious non-alcoholic and alcoholic ciders.

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