Kitchen Garden



This month on the KG plot the mad Muddies were joined by Norwegian university student Theresa Sande who was happy to help out taking some rosemary cuttings.

Rosemary is surely one of those must-have herbs in the garden, wonderfully aromatic and so useful in the kitchen for all sorts of dishes. It will grow in poor soil and is easy to maintain, though cuttings can be a bit hit or miss. To take a cutting, pull a short shoot back against the direction

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