We have some exciting new giveaways for you in our February issue, worth over £2599! Here’s what you could win…
Closing date: Friday, February 23, 2024
New seeds for your new season
The 2024 Suttons catalogue offers the company’s trademark blend of irresistible new varieties alongside tried and tested favourites.
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Highlights among the vegetable introductions include tomato ‘Supersteak F1’, which produces massive, well-flavoured fruit that can easily grow up to an incredible 1kg (2lb 3oz).
Beetroot ‘Golden Eye’ boasts both flavoursome roots and tasty leaves. Its compact tops are light green, with bright yellow stems and veins.
Pepper ‘Mamba Sweet F1’ is distinguished by its captivating colour transformation and crisp sweetness. The prolific plants yield rich, dark-coloured fruit that gradually ripens to red.
The darkest carrot to be found, ‘Black Nebula’ produces long, tapering roots in a striking black-purple, the colour penetrating the core and retained on cooking. The crunchy flesh has a good earthy flavour.
Squash ‘Futsu Black Early’ is an heirloom variety that has been cultivated in Japan for hundreds of years. It forms decorative fruits of medium size, which start out dark green and mature to dusky grey-orange, developing a wonderful nutty flavour.
Find out more at www.suttons.co.uk
We have 15 Suttons seed bundles, each worth £20, to give away.
Better homes show
The National Homebuilding & Renovating Show returns to the NEC in Birmingham from March 21 to 24 for its 30th anniversary event.
Property expert Michael Holmes, architect Paul Testa and building maestro Andy Stevens will join the biggest ever line-up of property experts under one roof to offer advice on all aspects of building and renovation, from planning a new extension to embarking on period renovations. The show will also allow visitors to experience thousands of products from more than 400 exhibitors.
During the Home Energy Hour, industry leaders from the Home Energy Academy will be talking on topics including how to slash energy bills and picking the right mix of heating, ventilation and renewables.
Experts in the Masterclass and Seminar Theatres will present on topics ranging from sustainable home design and construction to planning permission rules for extensions.
The Advice Centre will let you book free one-on-one sessions with property experts, and the Tricks of the Trade Theatre will feature demonstrations from industry experts.
One-day tickets to the National Homebuilding & Renovating Show cost £12 in advance or £18 on the door. Children under 16 go free. For more information, visit https://national.homebuildingshow.co.uk
We have 50 prizes of a pair of tickets, worth £36, plus the e-book Your Perfect Garden (third edition), worth £9.99, to give away.Enjoy more Kitchen Garden reading in the monthly magazine. Click here to subscribe.
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