January 2022 issue of KG on sale now!

Ring out the old, ring in the new with the January issue of Kitchen Garden.

Lots in store with the January issue… pick up some top tips for the growing season!

Kitchen Garden editor Steve Ott says: “It’s a brand new season and we have lots for those who are just beginning their allotment journey as well as plenty for old hands at the hobby.

“Adrian Sellars has advice for those planning a new veg patch, while KG’s own Tony Flanagan has a roundup of some of the best new seed varieties for 2022.

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“Ben Vanheems takes over our essential jobs pages and highlights some of the top tasks for January, while Rob Smith starts a new month-by-month series from his own Yorkshire veg garden.

“Dr Anton Rosenfeld, of leading green gardening charity Garden Organic, demystifies crop rotation.

“For chilli lovers we have a timely growing guide and you can take a masterclass in winter tree pruning with our resident fruit expert David Patch.

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“And we reveal the winners of our annual Plotter of the Month competition. Hearty congratulations to our talented winners!”

Steve himself has been out and about, visiting the Heritage Seed Library at Ryton-on-Dunsmore near Coventry and you can read his in-depth report in the January issue.

Steve gets hands-on experience at the Heritage Seed Library. Picture: Pam McCann

Your regular favourites also make an appearance in the first edition of the year, with KG‘s resident chef Anna Cairns Pettigrew rustling up some warming dishes for the winter months and Annabelle Padwick extolling the virtues of getting out into the open air and enjoying nature in a variety of garden settings.

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Don’t forget there are many ways to secure your copy of Kitchen Garden for the coming months. You can choose to subscribe if you like, or if you prefer you can now pre-order the next issue of your favourite gardening magazine. In both cases they’ll be delivered right to your door! So if you don’t feel like making a journey into town, you can have your copy delivered – and maybe make an extra trip to the allotment instead, if you’re lucky enough to have one!

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