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BBC Gardeners' World Magazine

February issue on sale Wednesday 21 January

In the February issue, the focus is on tomatoes – we reveal how to grow your best-tasting, biggest crops in record time. Plus, we show you how to kickstart your garden for 2015.


In this issue...

Top tomatoes Your best tomatoes ever

In our tomato special, we show how to boost flavor and yield, and save time. Plus, readers’ favourite varieties.


What to do now 50 ways to kickstart your garden

Discover the 50 jobs that you can do now to give the garden a boost, from preparing beds for sowing to pruning clematis.


Joe Swift planting plan Plants for colour now

Follow Joe’s easy planting plan to fill your garden with early spring flowers including snowdrops and hellebores.


Secateurs test Secateurs on test

We’ve put 20 pairs of secateurs through their paces so that you can find the perfect pair, whatever your needs.


Carol Klein Revive tired borders

Carol Klein shows how to perk up flagging borders – for free. She demonstrates how to lift and divide perennials.


Monty Don Plants to prune now

Pick up a pair of pruners and let Monty guide you through all the plants that need cutting back this month.


Alan Titchmarsh Get a better garden by summer

Unhappy with your plot but not sure how to improve it? Follow Alan’s step-by-step action plan to transform your space.


Veg planner 2015 veg planner

Not sure what to sow, plant or havest when? Our handy, pullout veg planner will guide you through the year.


February offer Six free tomato plants

Claim your free plants, which include the popular ‘Gardeners’ Delight’ and ‘Sungold’ – just send £3.20 postage.


Shears competition Win STIHL HSA25 cordless shears

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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