Kitchen Garden Best Buy and Top Picks

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

BEST BUY

SEEDLING POT MAKING KIT

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With this seed starter kit, suitable for seeds and small seedlings, you can make biodegradable pots from newspaper. Made from FSC certified oak.

KG VERDICT
Why buy pots when you can make your own paper ones? A simple but very effective technique for recycling newspaper to create pots in less than minute.

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Quality: 5/5
Effectiveness: 5/5
Value for Money: 5/5

GREENHOUSE SENSATION
www.greenhousesensation.co.uk
TEL: 0845 602 3774
PRODUCT CODE: N/A
PRICE: £10

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TOP PICK

BAMBOO & RICE POTS


These pots and saucers are made from sustainable bamboo fibre, rice starch and resin. Available in terracotta and sage green, 13cm/5in or 15cm/6in.

KG VERDICT
Sturdy, reusable pots which, when finished with, can be shredded and added to the compost heap. The sage green colour is particularly attractive.

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Quality: 5/5
Effectiveness: 5/5
Value for Money: 5/5

SUTTONS
www.suttons.co.uk
TEL: 0844 326 2200
PRODUCT CODE: 597076
PRICE: FROM £12.99 FOR PK OF 5

TOP PICK

COIR POTS

These pots are made from coconut fibre and are biodegradable. The speed of degradation will vary, depending on temperatures and moisture levels. 9cm/3½in.

KG VERDICT
Good quality pots. The fibre knits together to create quite a smooth finish for this kind of pot. Quite sturdy too. Also available in sets of 12 and 24.

Quality: 5/5
Effectiveness: 5/5
Value for Money: 5/5

SARAH RAVEN
www.sarahraven.com
TEL: 0345 092 0283
PRODUCT CODE: 430092-6
PRICE: £3.95 for set of 6

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