Garden News (UK)
THIS WEEK'S JOBS
A time to daydream!
Our cover star: Aster
Horticulture to the fore
Red Cross launches Syrian gardening project
Best for striking blooms
Sunny side up
Tempting themes to garden by
Covent Garden building to become vertical park
‘I’d like the wisdom of an old oak!’
Trees under threat from road scheme
Animal agencies open educational garden
Trust launches armchair visits
Essential Pruning Techniques
Dealing with ants
Grow your own mini meadow
Perennial wildflowers in grass
Try these wild perennials
Viper’s bugloss ( Echium plantagineum)
Corn marigolds ( Glebionis segetum)
Poached egg plant ( Limnanthes douglasii)
Grow wildflower annuals in bare soil
Add some grasses
Go for gold
Wildflower patch aftercare
Top tips on border design
Turning back time
Alison’s tips for dealing with a tricky site
Alison’s six favourite plants
Make room for wallflowers
step by Step
Get the right conditions
Keep your wallflowers going
Spring bulb masterclass
Blooming bulbs for early spring
Bulbous beauties for spring and early summer
Top tips for success!
Create your own jungle feel!
My gardening Diary
£ 1 AN ISSUE!
Care for your lawn
Meet the team
Attack pests on vulnerable plants
Garden News RECOMMENDS
Pot pelargoniums from the garden
Lift and divide lily of the valley
Propagate lilies from scales
Cut back euphorbia
It really is an Indian summer!
Keep squash up to speed
Tomatoes are a top success
Never give up on plants!
Jobs to do now
Plant up a winter herb pot
Other herb jobs to do now
Staging smaller vegetables
Earth up Christmas potatoes
Harvest autumn raspberries
Grow garlic in modules
Home from holiday to harvest
Out with the old, in with the new
Jobs to do now
Take your pick of the daffodils
The future’s bright!
How can we get flowers on time?
Four more blooms for patriotic displays
Q How do I deal with voles?
Q How do I harvest and store my pumpkins and squash?
Q Can I grow carrots next spring after digging in green manure?
What’s the best way to defeat plum moth?
Quick Qu estions
Q Why do the leaves on my water lilies yellow so quickly?
Q Why do my ‘Musselburgh’ leeks bolt?
What has singed lilac?
Hanging baskets come out on top!
Garden has raised £94k!
Veg makes up lost time
‘Bishop’s Children’ light the garden with colour
Pea pod stock soup
Pick of the POST
‘Kong’ growing fast
The world’s first UK hardy DWARF TREE FERN
Phostrogen® Slow Release Plant Food & Moisture Control
SOLUTION TO No 34
Sixty free* dwarf narcissus, worthth £27.96, for every reader
Tulip ‘Red Impression’
Iris ‘Metallic Mixture’
Fritillaria imperialis ‘Red’
Crocus ‘Yellow Mammoth’
Ranunculus bulbs for every reader
‘Don’t be too eager to cut back perennials’
About Millennium Garden, Pensthorpe:
The most astoundingly beautiful clematis with incredible show y blooms
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