In each is­sue we give ideas, tips and plant­ing ad­vice for cooler, warmer, wet­ter and drier ar­eas in each zone, so ask at your lo­cal nurs­ery which zone best matches your con­di­tions.

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All zones: Alyssum, anemone, hol­ly­hock (top left), marigold, pe­tu­nia, por­tu­laca, salvia, ver­bena and zin­nia.

Zones 1-3:

Celosia, dianthus, he­lichry­sum, ra­nun­cu­lus and tore­nia.

Zones 4-6: Cal­en­dula, corn­flower, gail­lar­dia, Ice­land poppy and wall­flower (left).


All zones: Beans, broc­coli, cab­bage, cau­li­flower, chives, leek, let­tuce, radish, spring onion, sweet corn.

Zones 1-3: Basil (top left), beet­root, cap­sicum, chilli, egg­plant (left) and potato.

Zones 4-6: Beet­root, Brus­sels sprouts, cu­cum­ber, pars­ley and parsnip.

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