This Month in Kitchen Garden – April 2017

Take a look at what’s in the latest issue – April 2017 – plus what you can expect on YouTube, our podcast and more!

The UK climate can be unpredictable so anything that can help turn the odds in our favour has to be welcome. At KG we’ve long valued greenhouses and polytunnels as a way to extend the season and protect tender fruit and veg even in the poorest of summers (they could even help you beat food shortages after cold Spanish winters!). This month, with sowing in full swing for many of us, we have a five-page buyer’s guide for those of you who might be thinking about investing in a polytunnel – see page 38.

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Short on space, but determined to grow your own? Then why not look skyward and grow some crops in hanging baskets and containers? KG regular Ben Vanheems revels his favourite twelve delicious fruit and veg for hanging pots of all kinds – see page 23.

Not only is this issue packed with great growing advice, but we have some super money-saving offers and no less than £3,400 worth of products for you to win – see page 105 or scroll down for more information on our competitions and giveaways.

Steve

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Visit the KITCHEN GARDEN SHOP, in association with D.T.Brown, to claim your FREE ‘Best Club Root Resistant Brassica Collection’ complete with 25 plants! Don’t forget to use the discount code KG17APR at the checkout.

Also on offer this more are beetroot ‘Solist’ plants, onion collections and sweetcorn (plus more!).

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DISCOUNT CODE: KG17APR

VISIT THE SHOP NOW!

CLICK HERE TO WATCH THE MUDKETEERS ON YOUTUBE!

CLICK HERE to enter our April giveaways!

CLICK HERE to enter our competition to win a Flymo!

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