BBC Gardeners' World Magazine

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In this issue...

Bulb colour guide Colour guide to spring bulbs

Use our 16-page guide to help you choose bulbs for your garden and use our colour swatches to plan your spring colour theme.


Where the wild things are Small on space, big on wildlife

Discover how to turn a small city plot into a haven for wildlife. Plus follow our advice on how to make a small garden pond.


Starting a new veg plot Start a new veg plot

The Big Allotment Challenge’s Jim Buttress shows you how to start a new plot today and enjoy harvests in eight weeks.


Sarah Raven - Bulbs at their best Best bulb combinations

Learn how to combine spring bulbs and other garden plants. Sarah Raven creates beautiful blends that you can plant now.


Alan Titchmarsh - A skill for life Alan goes back to school

From the internet to books to courses and evening classes, Alan shares how and why we should never stop learning.


Carol Klein - Autumn planting for wildlife Planting for wildlife

Carol Klein explains why autumn is the perfect time to start planting shrubs, perennials and bulbs to give wildlife food and shelter.


Monty Don - Bringing in the Harvest Monty's growing year

Monty shares the successes and failures of his veg garden this year, and plans ahead for bumper harvests in 2015.


Charles Dowding - Growing in a cold greenhouse Make the most of your greenhouse

Charles Dowding explains how to keep your greenhouse cropping by sowing delicious winter crops now.


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