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 June issue...

Stars of the show

Monty and agapanthus
Agapanthus plants tend to thrive and flower freely when grown in containers. Photograph: Jason Ingram

Agapanthus is the perfect midsummer plant. Discover Monty's top tips for success with this beautiful bloom.

Gardening for wellbeing

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Simple, repetitive garden tasks like deadheading can help calm our mind. Photograph: Neil Hepworth

Our outside spaces can provide soothing respite for our minds and bodies. Join Arit as she explore the benefits of gardening can have on our wellbeing.

Secrets of a colourful garden

Nick Bailey
Cottage gardens often benefit from punches of vibrant colour. Photograph: Neil Hepworth

Using a colour theme is an easy way to give any garden a strong unified character.

Garden crafts with kids

Family Projects
Get children involved in wild crafts this summer. Photograph: Neil Hepworth

Fill the summer holidays with fun nature makes for kids. Jaime Johnson and family show you how.

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An edible garden in pots

Enjoy container gardening this summer. Photograph: Jason Ingram
Enjoy container gardening this summer. Photograph: Jason Ingram

Follow Gaz's top tips for sowing, harvesting and foraging, and how to create delicious dishes with your homegrown produce.


Coming up in the July issue...

  • Plants for purpose, with Alan
  • Monty on summer borders
  • Quick picks, top flavour with Rukmini
  • Pruning plum trees, with Frances
  • Gardening in harmony with nature, with Carol
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