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November issue on sale now!

As the days shorten and the autumnal chill in the air becomes more noticeable, Kitchen Garden aims to keep you warm through the winter with some great ideas for sowing, growing and cooking. The growing season may be winding down a little, writes KG editor Steve Ott (pictured below) but you’ll be pleased to know that there is still plenty…

How to put on a festive feast for birds!  

The cold snap of winter means steaming roast dinners and hot cocoa are back on the menu – and you can share the festive celebrations with the birds outside your window! Many of the foods we eat are also big hits with the birds, especially during the colder months when there are fewer natural food sources available and they need extra calories to stay warm.  Try sprinkling some of these treats on your bird table and see what turns up. Maybe your local robin, or a swirl of…

New accessibility features added in the latest Kitchen Garden app update

Users of the Kitchen Garden app on mobile can expect to find plenty of brand new accessibility features to greatly improve navigation and readability. The app has been redesigned for IOS and Android to optimise the user experience, allowing readers to catch up on gardening news and features with ease. These improvements include: Altering text sizeA text to speech functionNight…

the Story of the Tomato at Chelsea

The ever-popular tomato certainly deserves respect! Its history has been littered with adventure, travel and even wartime propaganda! Burpee Europe and Pennard Plants will be joining forces this September to celebrate the ‘love apple’ with a display at the Chelsea Flower Show. Based around the forthcoming book ‘Ten Tomatoes That Changed The World’ by William Alexander, it will explain why…