In this issue...
Summer problems solved
Find out how to eradicate weeds, get perfect flowers and fruit, get the most from your soil and what’s damaging your leaves, in our nine-page guide.
Our new series takes inspiration from real gardens. In this issue, a couple shares their secrets to making a beautiful garden that’s also a wildlife haven.
Revive your borders
Is your garden running out of steam? Revive your tired borders and pots and inject some late-summer colour, with the help of Alan’s action plan.
The best dahlias
As his many treasured dahlias start to dazzle at Longmeadow, Monty shares his tips for growing them successfully, and his favourite varieties for different garden styles.
Golden rules for seed saving
Now is a great time so save seeds from many of your favourite plants. Carol Klein reveals how to collect and germinate seeds, by following nature’s cues.
How to prune wisteria
Wisteria needs pruning now in order to stop it becoming a tangled mess. Follow our step-by-step guide to pruning this and other climbers, too.
Joe Swift heads to the exotic garden at Great Dixter for inspiration for a planting plan that brings a tropical look to any plot.
The best outdoor sofas
From stylish swingseat to a budget sofa set, there are plenty of options for lounging al fresco – browse our pick for under £500.
Three ways to preserve your harvest
Queen of preserves, Thane Prince, shares her secrets to success with the three key methods for storing your summer harvest – chutneys, pickles and jam.
100 free alliums
Take advantage of our special offer on 100 free allium bulbs, inclucing Allium spaerocephalon, A. caeruleum and ‘Purple Sensation’, worth £30 - just pay £5.65 postage.
Discover how to use Blippar on your smartphone or tablet to enter our monthly Calendar competitions to win STIHL HSA25 cordless shears.
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