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BBC Gardeners' World Magazine

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In this issue...

Alan Titchmarsh Go wild in the garden

Wild flowers are enjoying a renaissance - Alan shares his favourite flowers for the wild look.

 

20 design ideas 20 garden ideas for summer

We share 20 designer tricks of the trade that will help you transform your garden.

 

Geraniums for shade Geraniums for shade

We reveal the 12 best hardy geraniums that will bring long-lasting colour to a shady spot.

 

Garden birds Will baby birds survive in your garden?

We explain how to spot baby birds, and outline what you can do to help them survive.

 

Giant veg Grow a whopper!

Show veg grower Medwyn Williams reveals how to grow prizewinning veg for your local show.

 

No-water gardens Create a no-water garden

Joe Swift creates a garden that doesn’t need watering, using drought-tolerant plants.

 

Carol Klein Bold summer pots

Carol Klein suggests vibrant planting combinations for pots with impact this summer.

 

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