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 vegetables, problem solving solutions, pruning tips and expert advice from your favourite gardeners.

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Inside the March issue...

GW presenter special

Monty shares his radical plans for Longmeadow's cottage garden. Photograph: Jason Ingram
Monty shares his radical plans for Longmeadow's cottage garden. Photograph: Jason Ingram

As Gardeners' World returns to our screens this month, we've included a special section packed with features from your favourite GW presenters.

Secrets of a colourful garden

Create interest in your garden across the seasons. Photograph: Neil Hepworth
Create interest in your garden across the seasons. Photograph: Neil Hepworth

Use the right plants and you can enjoy flowers, foliage and berries all year round. Find out how, with Nick Bailey's expert advice.

Grow with Gaz

Gaz has discovered growing his own food has reconnected him to nature. Photograph: Jason Ingram
Gaz has discovered growing his own food has reconnected him to nature. Photograph: Jason Ingram

In the first of a three-part series, chef Gaz Oakley shares the joy of growing your own food, plus simple ways for preparing and preserving your harvests.

House plant housework

House plant housework. Photograph: Jason Ingram
Keep your house plants happy and healthy. Photograph: Jason Ingram

Keep your house plants in peak condition by giving them a quick spruce up and health check.

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Kick-start your veg year

Short on space? Patio pots, windown boxes and raised planters are perfect for growing veg and herbs. Photograph: Sarah Cuttle
Short on space? Patio pots, window boxes and raised planters are perfect for growing veg and herbs. Photograph: Sarah Cuttle

Follow Alan's top tips and tricks for successful growing. A bit of planning and preparation can make all the difference.

New ways with lawns

Grass helps to trap carbon, clear air, reduce temperatures and absorb rainfall. Photograph: Neil Hepworth
Grass helps to trap carbon, clear air, reduce temperatures and absorb rainfall. Photograph: Neil Hepworth

Find out how to can create a wildlife friendly space, from start to finish, with Adam's expert advice.


Coming up in the April issue...

  • FREE sunflower and beetroot seeds!
  • Monty and exotic plants, perfect for shade
  • Adam plants asparagus
  • Spring projects for the Easter weekend
  • Tomatoes on trial
  • How to prune jasmine
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