Kitchen Garden Best Buy and Top Picks

Here are our favourite gardening products for September, chosen for their quality, effectiveness and value for money.

BEST BUY

GARDEN HARVEST BASKET

This perforated garden harvest basket is made from polypropylene and is available in four-litre and 15-litre sizes. The legs can be folded when harvesting and extended for storage inside. It has a neutral base with lime-coloured folding feet and handles.

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This is a versatile, capacious basket. Like a large colander, produce can be washed first before bringing it indoors. We liked the extendable legs for indoor storage. The baskets can also be stacked on top of each other for further storage.

Quality 5/5
Effectiveness 5/5
Value for money 5/5

HARROD HORTICULTURAL
www.harrodhorticultural.com
TEL: 0333 400 1500
PRODUCT CODE: GT-651 and GT-652
PRICE: £12.95 (15L) £8.95 (4L)

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TOP PICK

KEW ANTIQUE WASH WICKER TRUG BASKET

Made from natural willow with an antique wash finish, this can be used for collecting cut flowers, fruit and veg. Two sizes available.

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BEST FOR CUT FLOWERS
This is a sturdy but lightweight trug, suitable for cut flowers in particular but also suitable for light harvesting of a range of fruit and veg.

Quality 5/5
Effectiveness 5/5
Value for money 5/5

THE BASKET COMPANY
www.thebasketcompany.com
TEL: 01202 422600
PRODUCT CODE: BWG002-S
PRICE: FROM £18

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TOP PICK

SOUTH DOWN CONTEMPORARY GARDEN TRUG

This garden trug has been handmade in a traditional way from sustainable wood sources and is available with a natural finish.

BEST TRADITIONAL TRUG

These have a lovely rustic look and are beautifully made. Suitable for a range of fruit, veg and cut flowers.

Quality 5/5
Effectiveness 5/5
Value for money 5/5

THOMAS SMITH
www.sussextrugs.com
TEL: 01323 871 640
PRODUCT CODE: N/A
PRICE: FROM £48

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