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Kitchen Garden is Britain’s best guide to on how to grow your own food. It offers down-to-earth advice from the finest minds in gardening to make sure you get the tastiest produce from your plot. There are tips on how to grow your own wide range of fruit and vegetable crops and how to control troublesome pests plus what to do on your plot each month.
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    • 3.0 • 41 Ratings

Kitchen Garden is Britain’s best guide to on how to grow your own food. It offers down-to-earth advice from the finest minds in gardening to make sure you get the tastiest produce from your plot. There are tips on how to grow your own wide range of fruit and vegetable crops and how to control troublesome pests plus what to do on your plot each month.
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    111 - Jobs for December

    111 - Jobs for December

    The three Mudketeers have come in from the cold to discuss the jobs you can be doing on the plot in December.
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    • 21 min
    110 - A Question of Garlic

    110 - A Question of Garlic

    Garlic is a must-grow crop for staff writer Tony Flanagan. Here he answers some of the most frequent questions asked by those growing garlic for the first time. (Written by Tony Flanagan, read by Rachel Atkins).
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    • 11 min
    109 - Growing Onions, Garlic and Shallots

    109 - Growing Onions, Garlic and Shallots

    This week on the Kitchen Garden Magazine Podcast, we're delving into onions, garlic and shallots. Steve, Emma and Tony catch each other up on which varieties they've chosen to grow this year and give their best advice for growing!
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    • 21 min
    108 - Top Tips for Growing Aubergines

    108 - Top Tips for Growing Aubergines

    Aubergines have become an important ingredient of a vegetarian and vegan diet. Listen to our top growing and cooking tips in this podcast narrated by Rachel Atkins.
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    • 11 min
    107 - October Catch-Up and Answering your Questions

    107 - October Catch-Up and Answering your Questions

    Steve, Emma and Tony have a catch-up about what they've been up to in the garden and answer your burning gardening questions in this live-streamed edition of the podcast.
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    • 33 min
    106 - Kitchen Garden LIVE | Your Questions Answered

    106 - Kitchen Garden LIVE | Your Questions Answered

    Emma, Tony and Steve answer your burning gardening questions in this special live-streamed edition of the podcast.
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    • 30 min

Customer Reviews

3.0 out of 5
41 Ratings

41 Ratings

Catherine Rick ,

Poor sound quality

Hi
I have recently subscribed. The content is interesting and I would like to listen to more podcasts from you but the sound quality is very poor. I would recommend you improve the microphone you use. Have to turn the sound up to hear someone talking but then if you all laugh about something you’re all to close to a microphone and it’s too loud and distorted.

the big fly in ,

All about honeybees

Hello
I would love to be on your podcast.

Something a little different. I have developed a rather unique beehive nest box beehive. And system of beekeeping.

Developed primarily for my own investigation of honeybees I have evolved a system like no other. Resulting in bees that are less stressed. Thus happier and healthier.

Hope to hear from you soon.

Kevin. the GARDENERSBEEHIVE guy

Gardenersbeehive.com

K1tty_Kat ,

No longer for me

I’m afraid I’ve had to stop subrscribing. I simply will not support any podcast that’s comfortable with ecofascist dogwhistles like “there are too many people in the world and we can’t feed them”. Please do your research. There IS enough food and we have the capacity to produce it, it is the extremely uneven distribution of resources that’s causing some populations to starve and other populations (mostly Western Europe and North America) to have a surplus of food waste and an obesity crisis. As an immigrant from the global south myself I know exactly where this line of thinking ends up and it’s not something I wish to support. Horticulture has never been a particularly diverse community in this country so perhaps I shouldn’t be surprised. I am clearly no longer the target audience of this podcast so I will leave my review and unsubscribe.

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