Our monthly Garden Store feature in Kitchen Garden magazine highlights a host of ideas for you to improve and enhance your garden. As an added subscriber benefit, this month – and from now on – we’ll be bringing you some fantastic extras not available to readers who pick up their copy from their local newsagent or supermarket.
Read on and you’ll find special discounts on garden furniture (picture above), fruit varieties, moisturising cream for hands and Haxnicks products… plus a free three-month premium membership to a new plant database app!
But only subscribers will be able to access the special codes that follow in this web article allowing them to claim their discounts of between 10% and 25% on featured products. So make your claim now to take advantage of these fantastic offers!
There are also two other great new gardening products featured at the end of this article, which you’ll also find in the magazine and which would make lovely Christmas gifts for friends and family. Enjoy!
FROM GARBAGE TO GARDEN
See the super examples above! TDP uses plastic waste to create garden furniture, planters and birdcare products. The range includes chairs, tables, benches, planters, bird tables and a nestbox, in 11 colours, from traditional to vibrant. New items are being added all the time. With their realistic wood grain, they fit beautifully into any garden, but are also strong, durable and virtually maintenance-free. The 100% recycled HDPE plastic comes from UK waste, and the products are handmade in Derbyshire, creating a sustainable virtuous cycle.
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SUBSCRIBER SAVING: 10% off all orders up to March 31, 2019
Offer details: To claim your 10% discount, quote code ‘KG319’ when ordering at www.tdp.co.uk or by phone on 01629 820011. Offer valid until March 31, 2019.
The Bee Friends and Bees ranges from GPlants offer an array of lovely gift options, including Insect Habitats with Seeds and Bird Habitats with Seeds. These have roofs that double as planters, and come complete with four packets of seeds to attract pollinating insects or garden birds. The insect habitats come in three colour options, and there are bird habitats for smaller and larger species. The ranges, which are available from garden retailers, also include wildlife-friendly flower seed gift packs, plus seed shakers, mats and tapes.
‘Mr Etty begs (most respectfully) to bring to the notice of the Nobility, Gentry, Clergy, & Others, this his specialist seed catalogue’ for the 2019 season. This perennially delightful heritage catalogue, written in 19th-century English (though nevertheless available to be ‘plucked, from the very ether, by patrons in possession of a variant of Mr Babbage’s difference machine’) has grown to include 433 vegetable varieties, including nine star perennial broccoli, ‘Cottager’s’ kale, ‘Rouge d’Algers’ cardoon, ‘Tarbais’ French beans and ‘Roscoff’ onions, alongside 253 cottage garden and wild flower varieties.
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