Books and Magazines – any good gardener needs to keep on top of the latest fruit and vegetable varieties, growing information and new products; and the best way to glean all this grow your own information is via one or more of the quality gardening magazines available.
Grow Your Own and Kitchen Garden are both recognised as must-read monthly publications. Not only will you be bang up to date with product reviews, gardening news and the latest indispensible fruit and vegetable varieties, but you’ll be able to take advantage of exclusive subscriber offers and many other benefits. And what’s more, you won’t need to trek down to the newsagent for a copy and even if you don’t garden or grow your own vegetables, a subscription would make a long-lasting gift for a green-fingered friend or relative. Keep a copy in the potting shed and next time rain puts paid to your gardening activities, sit back and learn something new!
It’s not just magazines on our shelves – we’ve gardening books written by some of the industry’s most well-respected authors including Carol Klein, John Harrison and Andrew Davenport which are ideal for presents and reference via trips back to the potting to shed to check you’re doing things correctly.
Vegetable Fruit and Herb Growing in Small Spaces – John Harrison £5.95
This gardening guide by leading author John Harrison covers all you need to know to successfully grow vegetables, fruit and herbs in containers, window boxes or even hanging baskets. If you have a small garden this simple, straightforward book written in plain English with black and white illustrations will certainly show you how to get the most out of it – the perfect gardeners manual to help you ‘grow your own’ with very limited space.
The Essential Allotment Guide by John Harrison £5.95
The Essential Allotment Guide is the latest offering from acclaimed garden author John Harrison and, as the title states, is essential reading for anyone who has, or is thinking of applying for or taking over an allotment or larger plot of vegetable growing land.
The Essential Allotment Guide by John Harrison covers all aspects of allotmenteering, right through from the important intial questions such as why, how big and how much time will it take to planning your plot, erecting sheds and buildings, which crops to grow and how and even guides to fertilisers, the tools you’ll need and when to sow and harvest – it’s all in here! Complimentary to the very successful Vegetable Growing Month by Month by the same author, The Essential Allotment Guide has already received rave reviews from the gardening press and growers alike, with Emma Townshend in the Independent describing John Harrison as "Britain’s greatest allotment authority".
Vegetable Growing – Month by Month Guide by John Harrison £5.95
Whatever the size of your garden you can still grow your own vegetables and this down-to-earth 256 page paperback book takes you through the vegetable gardening year month by month. Experienced vegetable grower John Harrison takes you through the entire vegetable year so that, for all the main vegetables, you’ll know exactly when you should sow your seeds, dig your plot and harvest your crops.
Grow Your Own Veg Journal by Carol Klein £9.95
Useful monthly growing guide featuring tips from sowing to harvesting with tasty recipes, time planning reminders and space to make your own notes. Wonderfully illustrated!
Grow Your Own Magazine Subscription £35.00
Want to discover how to grow your own fruit and vegetables as well as learn the secrets of a country kitchen; if so, then our special Grow Your Own Magazine Subscription offer is for you.
The mix of simple to comprehend advice on growing fruit and vegetables, news and special offers makes Grow Your Own a real treat as well as essential reading. Not only will you receive free seeds and other cover-mount gifts throughout the year, you’ll also become a member of Grow Your Own’s exclusive Subscriber Club – receiving discounts, offers, competitions and deals especially for you!
Save 15% on the cover price of Grow Your Own with our Subscription Offer!
Kitchen Garden Magazine Subscription £32.00
If you’re into growing your own vegetables and herbs – whether at home on on an allotment – then one of our subscriptions to Kitchen Garden magazine is a must on two counts; firstly, it’ll keep you right up to to date with the latest developments in the veg patch and secondly, it’ll save you money – almost 25% on the issue price over the course of a year! With sections concentrating on allotment growing, organic gardening, seasonal recipes and news, along with informative articles from renowned garden writers such as Bob Flowerdew, Sue Stickland and multi RHS Chelsea gold medal winner Medwyn Williams, you’ll find the only problem could be turning the 100 feature packed pages will distract you from your gardening!
With regular free gifts, offers, competitions and even reviews of gardening books, you’ll really start to wonder how you managed beforehand – and don’t forget the savings you can make with our 12 month subscription offer.
Save almost 25% on Kitchen Garden Cover Price with our Special Subscription Offer!