Exclusive Giveaways in the Kitchen Garden May Edition

Here are some exclusive Kitchen Garden giveaways for our May edition! Prizes total over £1790, here’s what you could win this month…

Get set to bloom

The Spear & Jackson Kew Gardens Collection of tools and accessories has been developed in partnership with the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew – and 10 lucky readers are set to get their hands on two of the newest items in the Kew collection, the Flower Spade and the High Performance Gloves.

The Flower Spade (RRP £33.99) is designed for working in raised beds and borders, with its round-nosed head, pointed tip and chamfered edges making it perfect for planting, lifting and dividing. At 53cm (21in), it’s smaller than a typical spade, so it is lightweight and comfortable to use.

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The mirror-polished stainless steel head is easy to clean and rust-resistant. The pointed tip makes quick work of breaking the ground, while the chamfered edges cut through the soil and slice cleanly through plants when dividing them. The head is dished to retain soil and is double-riveted to the hardwood FSC-certified wooden handle for optimum strength and durability.

The Kew High Performance Gloves (£18.99) are a perfect partner to the Flower Spade. A polyester back helps to keep hands cool in summer, and elasticated wrists ensure a secure fit. The fronts are high-quality leather, reinforced on the fingers and palm to give extra padding where it’s needed most.

Find out more at www.spear-and-jackson.com

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We have 10 sets of a Kew Gardens Collection Flower Spade and a pair of medium-sized High Performance Gloves, each worth a total of £52.98, to give away. Spear & Jackson can only send prizes to UK mainland addresses.

All-round fungal solution

Mildew Clear for Edibles, from natural gardening pioneer Neudorff, tackles fungal diseases on vegetables, fruit, grape vines and ornamentals, giving you a one-stop solution that controls mildew outbreaks effectively across a wide variety of plants.

Containing sulphur as its active ingredient, each 75g pack of Mildew Clear for Edibles (RRP £14.60) contains five sachets of the water-soluble formulation. It will tackle mildew on common host crops such as cucumber, gooseberry and pea, as well as on root and tuber vegetables including carrot, celeriac, chicory, horseradish, parsnip, potato, radish, swede and turnip. It is also effective on ornamental plants, including roses.

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Find out more at www.neudorff.co.uk

We have 21 75g packs of Mildew Clear for Edibles, each worth £14.60, to give away. * Use plant protection products safely. Always read the label and product information before use.

Cultivate with Cobra

Take the hard work out of maintaining your garden with the Cobra T40B Cultivator. This petrol-powered cultivator effortlessly prepares and loosens soil, kills weeds and aerates the ground, ready for spring planting!

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With its ergonomically designed handle and control system, cultivating your garden becomes a simple and effortless task, as well as being safe and comfortable. With a 40cm (16in) working width and four high-quality steel tines, the T40B is also extremely versatile, cutting through both soft and compacted soil while cultivating up to 25cm (10in) in depth.

Its Briggs & Stratton 500E engine provides best-in-class performance, incorporating the latest engine design technologies to ensure optimal torque and efficiency, resulting in lower emissions. The front transport wheel is invaluable when taking your cultivator to and from the plot.

For more product information, visit www.cobragarden.co.uk

We have one Cobra T40B Cultivator worth £368.99 to give away.

Honeybee hosting

The Eco-Beehive is a nest-box for honeybees. Its aim is to focus not on honey production, but on encouraging bees into your garden. They will repay you by pollinating your crops and giving you hours of enjoyment.

If you are keen to keep bees but have been put off by the knowledge, skills and time needed to become a traditional beekeeper, the Eco-Beehive offers uncomplicated beekeeping for people who would rather be honeybee hosts. The Eco-Beehive is easy to put together and requires no regular servicing or maintenance – and you need no specialist training.

The Eco-Beehive replicates a natural hollow, such as a tree stump, that wild honeybees would nest in. Just place it in a suitable spot – under a deciduous tree is ideal – and the bees will move in on their own. The hive comes complete with a swarm lure and a symbiotic mulch.

For more information, visit www.gardenersbeehive.com

We have one Eco-Beehive Complete Starter Kit worth £285 to give away.

Wood protection in colour

Specialist water-based paint manufacturer Thorndown makes its Wood Paint, Peelable Glass Paint and woodcare products in Glastonbury, Somerset. These high-performing eco paints are designed to be the best for exterior use, but they are also great for interiors. They use architectural-grade VOC-free colour pigments that will stay beautiful for years.

Thorndown’s Wood Paint is now available in 72 colours – so you’ll be spoilt for choice! Highly water-repellent and durable, it is also available in UV Clear for a natural timber look.

Shade your greenhouse or conservatory with Peelable Glass Paint, made with a 100% recycled plastic resin, in a choice of opaque or translucent whites and 35 colours. Roller it on to the panes – then, at the end of the season, just peel it off!

The Thorndown woodcare range now also includes a Stain Blocking Primer and a Wood Preserver.

Visit www.thorndown.co.uk for more information.

We have six £50 vouchers for the Thorndown online shop to give away.

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