12 February 2016
BBC Radio 4’s Gardeners’ Question Time, is to be broadcast from The Edible Garden Show & Good Life Live – and members of the public can apply for free tickets to be in the audience at this special recording.
- WHO SAYS CHILDREN DON”T EAT THEIR GREENS?
- Unusual veg you can grow in your allotment
- Heligan Visitors Raise Over £5000 for Local Charities
- Compton Verney leads national 'Capability' Brown 300 celebrations
- Charity staff sacrifice Christmas party to help save community farm
- Over 100 gardens set to Embrace Snowdrop Festival
- Exciting year ahead for Hampton Court Palace's royal gardens
- The Morgan Stanley Garden for Great Ormond Street Hospital
- Gardening for the senses at Naomi House
- KG reaps success at Garden Media Guild Awards
CLOSING DATE: Friday, 4th March 2016
This month we have the following to give away: We have 10 pairs of tickets, worth £37 per pair, to give away. We have six prize packages worth a total of £309.90 to give away. We have six 4 by 4ft Vegetable Cages worth £39.99 to give away. We have 13 prizes of a 5kg pouch of Organic Lawn Feed & Improver and a bottle of Organic Moss Control for Lawns, worth a total of £22.48, to give away. We have 17 'Redlove Calypso' apple trees worth £17.40 to give away.
CLOSING DATE: Thursday, 7th April 2016
This month Kitchen Garden has teamed up with Eden Halls to offer readers the chance to win a revolutionary 4 x 6 Birdlip greenhouse in Mill Silver with toughened glass glazing. Worth £1000, the prize also includes a 6 blade louvre vent, integral staging and shelving and a water butt system, complete with gutter connecting kit.
Other Feature Articles
19 January 2015
Sow seeds in a pot or tray of compost and cover with a light dusting of compost or vermiculite. Keep warm at 21*c. If you can’t provide heat don’t sow until the warmer weeks of late February and March on the windowsill.
10 December 2014With Christmas and the holiday season upon us my thoughts are turned to seasoning for this festive season. What self-respecting bird would be complete without some well seasoned stuffing?
26 September 2014People's motives for growing plants vary. For some it's about economy, for others it's purely for enjoyment or knowing where your produce comes from and what goes into it. And then there are those who “Grow to Show”.
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