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Does anyone here buy Gardening Magazines?
Fri 20-Jul-12
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5olly
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devongarden said:

 

p.s. P gets Kitchen Garden, he was so impressed with it when I bought the issue with the photoshoot on Fiona's garden to take to Michelle that he subscribes.

If it's not too expensive, I can post you some?

Fri 20-Jul-12
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5olly said:

Terrier said:

you can get them off a local market stall for £1 (bit out of date, but who cares).

 

I agree. Kitchen Garden does seem to be the best of a rather poor bunch. But at least they come out with some interesting reads pretty much most of the time. They're pretty tight on the seeds on the front cover though. I think that why GYO is more popular. 🙁

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@ Barbara (Devongarden) - we are stupidly pleased that you took F's photoshoot all the way to Oregon big_hug

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Mon 30-Jul-12
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Danny, I am glad you are pleased! I took it because we'd met on the forum, and it seemed appropriate, and Michelle couldn't get the magazine but had read about it here. I didn't realise it would help lure her and Dan to England!

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Original Redhead said:

When in UK I used to get The Home Farmer, if I could find it.  

 

We used to get that one too. We stopped only because we feel that we have outgrown it, our sights are a little bigger now, but I think it has some great ideas for those just starting out. cheers

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