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Your seasonal guide to the edible garden.

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In The Food Garden

Grow to Eat is your gateway to the world of edible gardening. This practical and inspirational lifestyle publication is your seasonal guide to everything edible in the garden, helping you to make growing and harvesting fresh food from your own home and garden part of your lifestyle. Three issues a year, cover a comprehensive food gardening plan for Autumn/Winter, Spring and Summer. It contains in-depth articles on growing seasonal vegetables, herbs and fruit with delicious tried and tested recipes, advice on soil health, companion planting and trendy food garden design. Our easy-to-do DIY projects and tips will make your food garden the best it can be.

Grow to eat Featured Articles

Winter Flowers In The Veggie Garden

Winter veggies need full sun, and that can be a tall order for small or high-density properties. But if you…

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Winter Leafy Veg

Full of flavour, easy to grow and good for you – let us sow some green, winter leafy veg! While…

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Parsley

This herb is not only a very healthy, all-purpose garnish, it is an excellent companion plant. Sowing parsley from seed…

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For The Love of Water Wise Gardening

Water Wise, Rand Water’s environmental brand, is at the forefront of promoting education and awareness on water conservation and other…

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Frequently Asked Veggie Questions

Whether you are an old hand or a starter gardener, when it comes to growing veggies, there are always questions.…

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Space-saving Veggie Gardening

Keen to learn more about space-saving veggie gardening? Everyone can grow their own edibles, even those living in the tiniest…

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Gourmet Winter Veggies

Google the term ‘gourmet’ and the general consensus is that it refers to any food that is nicer, more unusual,…

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Food Gardening on a Budget

As a gardener, I can’t resist tips that promise to be budget beaters and I am probably not alone. With…

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Sun-dried Tomatoes

Preserve summer with your own sun-dried tomatoes! Preserving a summer harvest of tomatoes is simple if you have the time.…

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