Kitchen Garden4 min gelesen
What’s New?
Britain’s climate zones are shifting by up to five kilometres a year because of rising temperatures – with potentially catastrophic impacts for wildlife, says a new report by Rewilding Britain. The shift, the report asserts, is due to the climate hea
Kitchen Garden5 min gelesenCookbooks, Food, & Wine
Seeds To Savour
Sometimes the most wonderful things are staring us in the face. In my humble opinion, seeds are one of them. We grow pumpkins for their rich autumnal hues but few can be bothered to take their snack-worthy seeds seriously. We admire the lofty spectac
Kitchen Garden3 min gelesenRegional & Ethnic
Reader Offers
An essential part of any kitchen garden has to be alliums. With endless culinary uses, onions, shallots and garlic have become a real staple in virtually every cuisine throughout the ages. This specially selected collection contains some of our best-
Kitchen Garden3 min gelesenArchitecture
Have Your Say
★ STAR ★ LETTER WINS £25 VOUCHER Loving the recommendations to grow upwards in previous issues! We tried it with some ‘Serpente di Sicilia’ (‘Serpent of Sicily’) at the allotment last year and it loved it! Kayleigh Beirne, Gwent TONY SAYS: Now why do
Kitchen Garden2 min gelesenArchitecture
Growing Online
Steve is outside on one of the KG plots with tips on starting a new site. It might be overgrown so a good idea is to cover with weed suppressant fabric and cultivate little by little. Ideally, a plot should get plenty of sunshine, some shade if possi
Kitchen Garden2 min gelesen
Giveaways
WORTH OVER £857 Garden in style with these beautiful gardening accessories by Burgon & Ball. British Meadow is the latest design collection in the gorgeous RHS Gifts for Gardeners series, which showcases historic botanical illustrations from the RHS
Kitchen Garden1 min gelesenArchitecture
From The Forum Healthy Strawberries
COLIN2016: There is a strawberry bed on my plot with strawberry plants poking out of a weed barrier with netting resting on top of the plants. Wondering what I need to do to keep them healthy over winter. GEOFF: Young strawberry plants are better tha
Kitchen Garden4 min gelesenCookbooks, Food, & Wine
Gardening On A Budget
I love the creativity of gardening, finding different ways of growing my own as cheaply as possible. Having grown some food in corners of gardens and on windowsills since my teens, I created my first veg plot while pregnant with my daughter (she is n
Kitchen Garden3 min gelesen
Garden Store Plus Subscriber Savers*
If you’re planning a landscaping or DIY project that will create waste you can’t compost, HIPPOBAGs are a great-value, convenient solution. Available in three sizes and easy to order by phone or online, they come flat-packed so don’t take up space un
Kitchen Garden1 min gelesen
Kitchen Garden
Tel 01507 529396, Fax 01507 371075 EDITOR: Steve Ott, sott@mortons.co.uk DEPUTY EDITOR: Emma Rawlings, erawlings@mortons.co.uk STAFF WRITER: Tony Flanagan, tflanagan@mortons.co.uk PRODUCTION EDITOR: Pauline Hawkins PUBLISHER: Tim Hartley DESIGNER: Ch
Kitchen Garden1 min gelesenRegional & Ethnic
Veg Top Greens Pesto
A delicious way to use your veg scrap greens, try this versatile pesto drizzled over chunky chips, stirred into soups, stuffed in pitta pockets (with fresh salad greens from your indoor garden) or poured over pasta and rice dishes. The pesto keeps fo
Kitchen Garden5 min gelesenCookbooks, Food, & Wine
Dish Delish!
A welcome burst of colour at this time of year. Serve as a side salad or in a pitta bread for a satisfying lunch. Preparation time: 15 minutes ■ 1 red cabbage■ 3 clementines■ 1 little gem lettuce■ A handful of walnuts, chopped■ 1 tbsp olive oil■ Salt
Kitchen Garden3 min gelesenCookbooks, Food, & Wine
ON THE PLOT WITH THE 3 Mudketeers
This is a good time to order bare-rooted fruit bushes for your garden – soak the roots before planting The Muddies are getting a little trigger-happy now with the new seed catalogues in their hands and can’t wait to try out some new or newly added va
Kitchen Garden6 min gelesen
BACK TO BASICS: Tree fruit
One way or another, it’s certainly been an unusual year. While there have been many changes to our daily working practices on the nursery to make sure we keep everyone as safe as possible, the day-to-day jobs of grafting, budding, training and prunin
Kitchen Garden2 min gelesen
It’s A Small World
I was delighted to be given a subscription to Kitchen Garden by one of my daughters for Mothering Sunday 2020. What a wonderful gift, which I avidly read from cover to cover each month. I keep all the free seeds in a shoe box and have enjoyed plantin
Kitchen Garden2 min gelesenCookbooks, Food, & Wine
Grow With Belle
OUR SERIES FOR YOUNG GROWERS Hi! I’m Belle and I’m here every month to share lots of fun activities for you to do at home, on your own or with your family Would you like to start growing your own food now and not have to wait until it’s warmer outsid
Kitchen Garden5 min gelesen
Make Your Garden A PLACE OF Well-being
I don’t know about you, but alongside browsing seed catalogues and plenty of pen circling, I see the chilly winter months as a chance to look over how the last growing year went – thinking about my harvests, disasters and also how my general garden d
Kitchen Garden2 min gelesen
Mudketeers’ Club
If you are, that makes you a member of our Mudketeers’ Club, a dedicated website for subscribers ONLY. www.mudketeers.co.uk includes exciting offers, brand new seed variety trials, competitions and unique features just for you. Go to www.mudketeers.c
Kitchen Garden1 min gelesenArchitecture
Time Management
I have always tried to keep strict time management when gardening; it was something that naturally just happened at the beginning. I realised that to really enjoy the work I was doing, which is at times utterly exhausting, I needed to take breaks bet
Kitchen Garden1 min gelesen
Write In And Win – Every Question Wins A Prize!
Our Star Question winner will receive vouchers worth £25; the writers of all other questions printed will receive a £10 voucher. They can be redeemed against any products in the latest Mr Fothergill’s catalogue, which will be sent out with the vouche
Kitchen Garden3 min gelesenArchitecture
Kitchen Garden Christmas GIFT GUIDE
www.backdoorshoes.co.uk Looking for something unique and useful to gift this year? Backdoorshoes are the answer! Lightweight, waterproof, durable clogs featuring a range of prints from Bees (as featured) – Daisies – Nuts & Bolts – Chillies. There rea
Kitchen Garden4 min gelesen
Kg Problem Solver
I was wondering if you could help me by identifying what has happened to my apple tree. Back in March and April I noticed white cotton-like fluff on the tree. Each day I was spraying the tree with water to get rid of it, only to find the next day it
Kitchen Garden6 min gelesenCookbooks, Food, & Wine
Sow Exciting
The start of a new year is always an exciting one for vegetable growers. Since the new catalogues have come out, many of us will have been flipping back and forth through the pages of each one – or similarly online – thinking about ordering old favou
Kitchen Garden1 min gelesen
Garlic For The Frozen North
I live in Moray, way up in Scotland, and I was wondering if you could recommend a garlic that would grow well up here. It gets very cold in the winter as you can imagine, with heavy frosts and snow. Lindy Robertson, Moray EMMA SAYS: Garlic is general
Kitchen Garden5 min gelesen
FAMlLY MATTERS BURGEONING BRASSICAS
Despite the new wave of trendy and exotic veg that has grabbed our attention in recent years, the cabbage family (brassicaceae) endures and is still a favourite on allotment plots everywhere. This important family includes all of those leafy greens w
Kitchen Garden3 min gelesenArchitecture
Kg Plotters Revealed
We were overwhelmed with the response to this competition and choosing just 12 was really difficult but the following are the lucky winners and we will be featuring them over the coming months aS our Plotter of the Month. CHRIS SLADE FROM PLYMOUTH, D
Kitchen Garden1 min gelesenArchitecture
Exclusive – Save £5 On Charles’ New Book!
Charles Dowding is acknowledged as a world authority on no-dig gardening and his latest book Charles Dowding’s No Dig Gardening Course 1 draws from his popular online course. This volume contains 19 essential lessons to help you get started with no-d
Kitchen Garden2 min gelesenArchitecture
Our Sponsors
We would like to thank the following sponsors for their support with Plotter of the Month: This company produces high-quality sheds that are well designed, beautiful and practical too. It also makes bespoke sheds for customers, plus other accessories
Kitchen Garden3 min gelesenArchitecture
Prime Time For Hedges
Although hedges do require regular maintenance you’ll find that they repay the effort, especially if you can gather a harvest from them at the same time. They have a number of advantages over traditional fencing, too. ■ They look good, and if evergre
Kitchen Garden2 min gelesen
Welcome
It’s the beginning of a new year and we have a whole new gardening season to look forward to – the perfect antidote to what for many has been a rather gloomy time. So rather than look back in this issue we look forward and make plans for all the deli
...oder etwas Neues entdecken