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In our autumn issue, Claire Bickle showcases edible hedging and screening plants as well as more warm-climate fruits, while Jennifer Stackhouse and Melissa King cover corn salad, Jerusalem artichoke, globe artichoke, red cabbage, broad beans and coriander. Melissa also looks at heritage figs, along with passionfruit and kiwifruit. Our Power Plant is wormwood, a great one for the chicken run, speaking of which, Megg Miller invites us into some chook-houses to see the good and the bad. As it’s crop changeover time, Jennifer explains crop rotation and plant families, while scientist Sandra Tuszynska shows us how to make mycelium mats for our gardens. Plus, as always, we have some great real-life gardens and their owners — with their shared gardening tips — as well as recipes for using your seasonal produce.

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