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Our new magazine is packed full of ideas and practical gardening tips to help you make the most of your garden. You’ll find planting inspiration for any size garden, guides to help you grow your own delicious homegrown fruit and veg, problem solving and pruning, and expert advice from your favourite gardeners.


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Inside our February issue:


The only way is up

Monty demystifies clematis pruning
Monty reveals why every garden should have clematis

Monty demystifies clematis pruning and explains how to choose the right clematis for your garden


Seeds of success

Carol Klein with Spanish flag climber
Annual climbers such as Spanish flag are easy and fun to grow from seed

Fill your garden with flowers. Carol Klein reveals the seeds to sow now for a spectacular summer show, guaranteed


Bring on spring

Alan Titchmarsh in a garden
Alan shares quick ways to bring life back to your garden

Follow Alan Titchmarsh’s eight simple steps to make your garden look beautiful in time for spring 


Save our wildlife!

bird on pot
Seed and insects feed garden birds like this chaffinch. Photo: Getty

Discover the small steps you can take to make a big difference for at-risk creatures


New ways with orchids

Orchid in a bottle garden
Mini orchids work well in bottle gardens and terrariums

Make your orchids even more eye-catching, with our eight glamorous styling ideas


Real garden inspiration

This multi-level garden was a favourite with our Gardens Of The Year judges

Discover how one reader turned their problem plot into a haven.

Buy the February issue now


Next month – in our March issue

  • Monty reflects on 30 years of gardening at Longmeadow
  • Enjoy non-stop blooms with Carol’s pick of long-flowering plants
  • Alan reveals his golden rules every gardener should know
  • Discover the best tomato varieties to grow for a bumper harvest