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Kitchen Garden

Oct 01 2022
Magazine

Kitchen Garden Magazine - UK's No.1 for growing your own fruit and vegetables. KG also offers great monthly give-aways, special gardening offers, recipes, growing tips and much more.

Welcome

TOP JOBS FOR OCTOBER • ESSENTIAL TASKS FOR YOUR VEG PATCH AND PROTECTED CROPS

ON THE PLOT WITH THE 3 Mudketeers • The KG team offer chat, tips and gardening gossip

GROW WITH BELLE • Make your own seed bombs

WHAT’S NEW? • ALL THE LATEST NEWS, PRODUCTS & FACTS FROM THE WORLD OF KITCHEN GARDENING

LOST ALLOTMENTS

HAVE YOUR SAY • CONTACT US WITH YOUR LETTERS AND TIPS: TFLANAGAN@MORTONS.CO.UK

FROM THE FORUM

Kitchen Garden

QUESTION TIME • GOT A FRUIT OR VEG PROBLEM? ASK KG FOR HELP

OUR PLOTTER OF THE MONTH • Last year we officially launched a competition to find 12 readers and their plots that would feature in Kitchen Garden magazine this year. Here’s another of our talented winners…

WANT TO BE OUR KG PLOTTER OF THE MONTH? • How would you like to be featured on the pages of Kitchen Garden magazine in 2023? We are inviting all readers to send in some pictures of their plots to be published next year

WORTH OVER £339! • All readers who are picked to be our Plotter of the Month 2023 will each receive a great bundle of prizes

ANTICIPATING A WILD Welsh winter • In preparation for a wild winter in her Welsh hillside garden, Stephanie Hafferty is busy lifting roots, planting garlic and securing the polytunnel

FINDING YOUR PULSE • Green beans and peas are a national favourite, yet relatively few UK gardeners grow them for drying. KG editor Steve Ott offers some advice on growing and storing these nutritious crops

A WORLD OF EDIBLES • Grapevine podcast presenter Daniel Heighes visits the new World Food Garden at RHS Wisley garden in Surrey

PAINTING YOUR PRODUCE • Art teacher, illustrator and watercolour artist Trine Pettigrew likes to paint and draw subjects from nature, including produce from the garden. Here she offers some tips and a tutorial on painting fruit and veg

The pattern of a forest garden • In this extract from her book The Plant Lover’s Backyard Forest Garden, Pippa Chapman explains the different layers that make up the forest garden and how these can help to accommodate different plants

ROB’S PLOT No rest for the wicked • It might be October and the days are getting shorter but Rob Smith is still busy – sowing, planting, harvesting and giving his plot and greenhouse a good tidy up

HOW TO COMPOST FOOD WASTE • We can produce a lot of vegetable waste from the kitchen and here Dr Anton Rosenfeld, knowledge officer of Garden Organic, recommends some compost bins that are particularly efficient at dealing with it

The Wright approach • Martin Fish visits a market garden in Perthshire that has great diversity in cropping and seeks to grow in a natural way

Mum’s the WORD • Sally Clifford talks to Eric Kendall and discovers that while they may be somewhat out of fashion chrysanthemums are nonetheless beautiful flowers to grow and show

MAKE A SUPER SIMPLE Cloche! • Cloches are great for extending the season and for protecting plants from harsh weather and pests. Here Joyce Russell suggests some cheap and simple options

GARDEN DAYS ARE HAPPY DAYS! • This month we travel to Somerset to meet Instagrammer Kelly Wiltshire aka @garden_days_girl

FABULOUS FIGS! • Figs are exotic, delicious, attractive and easy to care for. What more can you expect from a fruit tree? asks nurseryman and fruit expert David Patch

THE THRILL of the show • Bright sunshine welcomed visitors to the RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival, adding to the thrill of exploring the world’s biggest annual garden show. KG regular...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 100 Publisher: Mortons Media Group, Ltd Edition: Oct 01 2022

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  • Release date: August 22, 2022

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OverDrive Magazine

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Home & Garden

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English

Kitchen Garden Magazine - UK's No.1 for growing your own fruit and vegetables. KG also offers great monthly give-aways, special gardening offers, recipes, growing tips and much more.

Welcome

TOP JOBS FOR OCTOBER • ESSENTIAL TASKS FOR YOUR VEG PATCH AND PROTECTED CROPS

ON THE PLOT WITH THE 3 Mudketeers • The KG team offer chat, tips and gardening gossip

GROW WITH BELLE • Make your own seed bombs

WHAT’S NEW? • ALL THE LATEST NEWS, PRODUCTS & FACTS FROM THE WORLD OF KITCHEN GARDENING

LOST ALLOTMENTS

HAVE YOUR SAY • CONTACT US WITH YOUR LETTERS AND TIPS: TFLANAGAN@MORTONS.CO.UK

FROM THE FORUM

Kitchen Garden

QUESTION TIME • GOT A FRUIT OR VEG PROBLEM? ASK KG FOR HELP

OUR PLOTTER OF THE MONTH • Last year we officially launched a competition to find 12 readers and their plots that would feature in Kitchen Garden magazine this year. Here’s another of our talented winners…

WANT TO BE OUR KG PLOTTER OF THE MONTH? • How would you like to be featured on the pages of Kitchen Garden magazine in 2023? We are inviting all readers to send in some pictures of their plots to be published next year

WORTH OVER £339! • All readers who are picked to be our Plotter of the Month 2023 will each receive a great bundle of prizes

ANTICIPATING A WILD Welsh winter • In preparation for a wild winter in her Welsh hillside garden, Stephanie Hafferty is busy lifting roots, planting garlic and securing the polytunnel

FINDING YOUR PULSE • Green beans and peas are a national favourite, yet relatively few UK gardeners grow them for drying. KG editor Steve Ott offers some advice on growing and storing these nutritious crops

A WORLD OF EDIBLES • Grapevine podcast presenter Daniel Heighes visits the new World Food Garden at RHS Wisley garden in Surrey

PAINTING YOUR PRODUCE • Art teacher, illustrator and watercolour artist Trine Pettigrew likes to paint and draw subjects from nature, including produce from the garden. Here she offers some tips and a tutorial on painting fruit and veg

The pattern of a forest garden • In this extract from her book The Plant Lover’s Backyard Forest Garden, Pippa Chapman explains the different layers that make up the forest garden and how these can help to accommodate different plants

ROB’S PLOT No rest for the wicked • It might be October and the days are getting shorter but Rob Smith is still busy – sowing, planting, harvesting and giving his plot and greenhouse a good tidy up

HOW TO COMPOST FOOD WASTE • We can produce a lot of vegetable waste from the kitchen and here Dr Anton Rosenfeld, knowledge officer of Garden Organic, recommends some compost bins that are particularly efficient at dealing with it

The Wright approach • Martin Fish visits a market garden in Perthshire that has great diversity in cropping and seeks to grow in a natural way

Mum’s the WORD • Sally Clifford talks to Eric Kendall and discovers that while they may be somewhat out of fashion chrysanthemums are nonetheless beautiful flowers to grow and show

MAKE A SUPER SIMPLE Cloche! • Cloches are great for extending the season and for protecting plants from harsh weather and pests. Here Joyce Russell suggests some cheap and simple options

GARDEN DAYS ARE HAPPY DAYS! • This month we travel to Somerset to meet Instagrammer Kelly Wiltshire aka @garden_days_girl

FABULOUS FIGS! • Figs are exotic, delicious, attractive and easy to care for. What more can you expect from a fruit tree? asks nurseryman and fruit expert David Patch

THE THRILL of the show • Bright sunshine welcomed visitors to the RHS Hampton Court Palace Garden Festival, adding to the thrill of exploring the world’s biggest annual garden show. KG regular...


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