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Don’t miss our brilliant new fruit & veg magazine!

If you’re getting your veg plot started this week, you can’t afford to miss Get Into Fruit and Veg, a brilliant new magazine from the publishers of Amateur Gardening!

One sale now priced at just £3.99, this A-Z of grow-your-own includes 3 packets of free seeds, worth £3.07.

Readers will benefit from:

  • Easy-to-follow A-Z of advice on growing popular fruit and veg varieties
  • Expert advice from TV gardeners Alys Fowler and Christine Walkden
  • Entertaining feature on what it’s like to grow veg on an allotment (and how to secure a plot)
  • Seasonal planning pages featuring top jobs for any time of the year
  • Quick reference, 12-month sowing, planting and harvesting planner
  • Simple advice on growing fruit and veg successfully in containers
  • Clear guidance on useful tools and equipment for raising crops
  • Top 16 new fruit and veg varieties for 2012
  • £500 worth of great Spear & Jackson tools to be won

All you need to know about growing crops in one magazine – get your copy today!

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