Kitchen Garden

FIVE grow LIVE

We’re continuing to follow the fortunes of five intrepid gardeners. As Rachael Smith isn’t taking part this month, it fell to KG’s editor Steve Ott to step in and share his growing news. Guess what? He’s doing okay…

BILL LOVE FROM BELFAST, NORTHERN IRELAND

■ Small garden veggie grower and blogger

■ Bill says you don’t need an allotment to grow veg

■ Fan of raised beds

MARTIN JORDAN FROM CHEPSTOW, MONMOUTHSHIRE

■ First place winner in our Passionate Plotter competition last year

■ Has two allotments

■ This is only his third season growing fruit and veg

CAROLE BLYTH FROM FIFE, SCOTLAND

KG reader and allotmenteer. Her partner Gavin helps on the plot

■ Been growing veg for about

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