Diggers Spring Food Garden 2017 Magazine

In this issue:

♦ Marcelle Swanson talks to the guru of citrus, Ian Tolley, about his new book.

♦ Arno King introduces southern gardeners to some northern vegetable staples that will do well down south.

♦ Clive Blazey discusses the origins of "fake food".

♦ Bill Bampton shares his top ten herbs for growing in containers.

Plus we meet Kate Rohde, the artist behind Gallery Heronswood's spectacular sculpture, plus we have the best in tomatoes, chillies, citrus, avocados, subtropical fruits, unusual edibles and plenty of heirloom seeds.

Related Articles

The urban herbalist

Bill Bampton's top ten herbs to grow in containers

Unusual edibles

Arno King introduces southern gardeners to some northern vegetable staples that succeed down south

The grandfather of citriculture

Marcelle Swanson talks to world-renowned citrus expert Ian Tolley about his life's opus ‘Commonsense Citrus’

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