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The English Garden Blooms into The Edible Garden Magazine

03-15-2011 12:46 PM CET | Business, Economy, Finances, Banking & Insurance

Press release from: Archant Specialist

/ PR Agency: Archant Specialist
The Edible Garden, a new title dedicated to the grow-your-own gardening audience, will be on sale 19th March 2011. The Edible Garden is set to become the indispensable guide for all keen kitchen gardeners.

Contents will include:
• Top designers on creating a kitchen garden with a difference
• Chickens or pigs? How to mix smallholding with gardening
• Varieties to grow for colour and taste
• Advice on seasonal tasks for fruit and veg
• Recipes for delicious home-grown meals
• Shopping for the vegetable gardener
• What you need to know when planning a plot from scratch
• The history of the kitchen garden
• Top guide to beating pests and diseases
• Fruit and vegetable related events and news
PLUS free packets of vegetable seeds* (worth over £5)

Gardeners of all abilities will be able to take inspiration from The Edible Garden, whether they are just starting to plan a small productive plot or renovating and restoring a large historic kitchen garden. This is the publication that will offer them design and practical advice. The new magazine title is building on success story of The English Garden magazine, which has been showing impressive month on month growth in the past 12 months

Why advertise in The Edible Garden?

• Reach an audience actively pursuing their interest, keen for guidance and receptive to ideas and products to help with their pursuit
• Value for spend - 6 month on-shelf sales period
• On sale in key outlets across the UK including WH Smiths Travel and Sainsbury's
• Focused quality editorial building on the trend for 'Grow Your Own', (BBC's 'Grow Your Own Veg' attracted 14.5 million viewers!)
• High profile contributors including Gregg Wallace and Mark Diacono
• Ongoing promotion through sister title, The English Garden, with a circulation of 58,053 PLUS promotions in Archant Life magazines with a combined readership of 1 million+
• Introductory advertising rates for new advertisers

Contact Kim Holtham on 01242 211072 to discuss any advertising, sponsorship or promotional opportunities in The Edible Garden.

* Free seeds available in selected stores only

For more details Visit: http://www.subscriptionsave.co.uk

Archant Specialist
Archant House, Oriel Road
Cheltenham
Gloucestershire
GL50 1BB
UK
+44 (0) 1242 216052
kim.holtham@archant.co.uk

The Edible Garden, a new title dedicated to the grow-your-own gardening audience, will be on sale 19th March 2011.

Archant House, Oriel Road
Cheltenham
Gloucestershire
GL50 1BB

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