September issue out now!

It’s not yet time for the season of mists and mellow fruitfulness, but as a gardener, you need to plan in good time… The September issue of Kitchen Garden is on sale now, giving you plenty of time to look ahead to a bumper harvest and even further ahead to what the coming growing seasons might bring. KG editor Steve…

Visit Loseley garden show this weekend

Three garden shows are set to bloom this year, bringing much-needed cheer and colour back into the lives of horticultural enthusiasts. The Covid-19 pandemic has impacted all our lives and cast a blight on those otherwise hardy perennials, the garden shows at Loseley, Stansted and Firle. But the first of the trio, The Garden Show at Loseley Park, Guildford, Surrey…

August issue on sale now!

The longest day has passed… and maybe, with all that’s going on in the world, you hadn’t even realised. But there are lots of summer sensations to come now that the season has officially arrived, so what better time of year to make the most of your patio, garden or allotment and enjoy some simply stunning sunny weather. Why not…

July 2020 issue out now…

If you’re among the army of newbie veg growers inspired by lockdown free time, this issue contains fantastic handy hints for first-timers!  BUY THIS ISSUE As I write this we are still well and truly locked down and I don’t mind admitting that despite having more time than usual to keep my garden in order, I’m really missing being able…
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June 2020

The June issue of Britain’s best grow-at-home magazine is out now. If you can’t go out, subscribe and read online, or get it delivered! This is officially a coronavirus-free zone, writes KG editor Steve Ott (pictured below). We can’t claim that reading KG or even growing your own veg makes you immune from the virus, but we can promise not…
March issue on sale now!

March issue on sale now!

Checking out hobbit houses, making greenhouses, growing veg in straw bales… just some of the fascinating features in the latest KG! Hobbiton and horticulture KG writer Martin Fish and his wife Jill’s antipodean adventure took them to an unusual garden. Martin reports: “Back in 2017 I was delighted to be invited as one of the international judges at the New…