Kitchen Garden Magazine
First launched in 1997 and now Britain’s best-selling magazine for gardeners who want to grow their own fruit and vegetables, Kitchen Garden is the perfect magazine no matter whether you have only a few pots on the patio or your own allotment. Each month the magazine brings you a wide range of topical, practical advice on all your favourite home grown produce, from a team of experts who are all keen growers themselves. You can expect advice on everything from sowing and growing to harvesting, storing and cooking, and you’ll also learn how to deal with the occasional pest or disease.
In every issue of Kitchen Garden magazine you will find a detailed month-by-month guide to help keep your plot productive, regular product tests, seed trials, money saving offers, top tips and more. You’ll be the first to learn about new techniques, products and varieties as they appear and the easy to follow guides on how to grow your own cater for everyone from the absolute novice to the most experienced gardener. Get your subscription today and start making the most of your plot.
In recent issues of Kitchen Garden
High climbers – hot tips for runner beans, cucumbers and yams… Enjoy salads year-round with our salad sowing secrets… Herbal happiness – top herbs for delicious dishes… Feel the buzz – get started with beekeeping… Make your own easy crop covers… Learn how your veg is saving the planet… Sweet eats – grow your best ever strawberries and redcurrants… Weird but wonderful – 17 tasty veg you’ve never grown… The power of flowers – why your plot needs borage and wild garlic… Comeback crops – Rob Smith’s plant-once veg… Fruit guaranteed to win prizes… Get the most from your herbs… Make a mini greenhouse… Order your Kitchen Garden subscription today for more fascinating features and useful tips like this delivered to your door every month.
Who reads Kitchen Garden Magazine?
Grow your own enthusiasts with an average age of around 49 and a good mix between male and female readers. This is the magazine subscription for anyone interesting in growing fruit and veg at home.