January 2023 Edition

In the January issue, you’ll find: Emma Rawlings looks at some simple options for making your own sowing compost; staff writer Tony Flanagan unearths more super new varieties for you to try; and Emily Cupit reviews a range of organic fertilisers and offers some advice on making your own.

Also in the January issue…

A world in seed

Catrina Fenton, head of Garden Organic’s seed library, highlights some of the rare varieties available to members this year

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Growing on a budget (new series)

No-dig expert Stephanie Hafferty on how to start a new plot with minimum resources

Behind the garden wall

Garden writer Susie Kearley visits the walled garden of Gunby Hall in Lincolnshire

The vegan organic garden

Celebrate Veganuary with Dr Anton Rosenfeld of Garden Organic by running your plot on vegan principles

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And there’s still lots more for you to read, grow and do! The only place to find out more is in the January issue which is available to order now.

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