It’s time for tomatoes in the May issue of Kitchen Garden, and what better place to relax than your garden or allotment? The May issue is now on sale and full of great growing ideas now we’re in the midst of Spring.
Steve Ott, KG Editor, says: “As well as being a place to chill, the garden is also a productive place to grow healthy, fresh food for the family and, with rising prices in the shops, that is more relevant than ever.”
This takes focus in the May issue: well-being expert Annabelle Padwick invites you to join her in some mindful gardening; Becky Searle shows us we don’t need a large space to create a vegetable garden; and Charles Dowding offers advice on a useful technique called multisowing.
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We have some great money-saving tips, such as advice from Garden Organic on how to make your own organic plant feeds for bigger, better harvests; and we chat to our next talented Plotter of the Month, Emily Jeavons from Stourbridge.
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