What's in our latest issue - July 1

Carol Klein is in love with foxgloves! Along with verbascums and penstemons, they look wonderful - and slugs hate them!  The Garden News Team are protecting plants from winds, giving shrubs a prune, planting out cosmos, deadheading roses, caring for tomatoes and digging up potatoes.  Our Garden of the Week battles the elements on an exposed, south-facing site to create a colourful piece of paradise in County Durham.  This Week's Features: Hanging baskets to turn heads; New bulbs for the new season; Take your garden to new heights with tall planting.  Garden News Expert Contributors: Nick Bailey the inspirational gardener on inventive planters; Dave Kenny on roses, and Dave Gillam on dahlias. Plus our regular columnists Martin Fish, Julian Rollins, Medwyn Williams, and Terry Walton. 

Carol Klein is in love with foxgloves! Along with verbascums and penstemons, they look wonderful - and slugs hate them! 

The Garden News Team are protecting plants from winds, giving shrubs a prune, planting out cosmos, deadheading roses, caring for tomatoes and digging up potatoes. 

Our Garden of the Week battles the elements on an exposed, south-facing site to create a colourful piece of paradise in County Durham. 

This Week's Features: Hanging baskets to turn heads; New bulbs for the new season; Take your garden to new heights with tall planting. 

Garden News Expert Contributors: Nick Bailey the inspirational gardener on inventive planters; Dave Kenny on roses, and Dave Gillam on dahlias. Plus our regular columnists Martin Fish, Julian Rollins, Medwyn Williams, and Terry Walton. 

What's in our latest issue - June 24

Carol Klein on how to bring flower power and a cottage garden feel to any plot by investing in glorious climbing roses.  The Garden News Team are sowing Oriental veg, topping up bird baths, staking sunflowers, planting out sweetcorn and thinning out raspberries.  Our Garden of the Week: With jaw-dropping views of the surrounding countryside, owner Fran has strived to keep them unobscured.  This Week's Features: Bring the beach to your doorstep; Grow bounteous bougainvillea; and a taste of the Med!  Garden News Expert Contributors: Rob Smith on having some huckleberry fun, Martin Fish on pruning prolific jasmine, Medwyn on sprinkling his onions with sparkling water, Michael Mitchell on alpines and Ian Cooke on exotics. 

Carol Klein on how to bring flower power and a cottage garden feel to any plot by investing in glorious climbing roses. 

The Garden News Team are sowing Oriental veg, topping up bird baths, staking sunflowers, planting out sweetcorn and thinning out raspberries. 

Our Garden of the Week: With jaw-dropping views of the surrounding countryside, owner Fran has strived to keep them unobscured. 

This Week's Features: Bring the beach to your doorstep; Grow bounteous bougainvillea; and a taste of the Med! 

Garden News Expert Contributors: Rob Smith on having some huckleberry fun, Martin Fish on pruning prolific jasmine, Medwyn on sprinkling his onions with sparkling water, Michael Mitchell on alpines and Ian Cooke on exotics. 

What's in our latest issue - June 17

Carol Klein 'How to make sure your summer flower partners go with a swing rather than a flop!' The Garden News Team are taking pelargonium cuttings, potting up dahlias, deadheading euphorbias, and planting out cabbage!  Our Garden of the Week:  Pebbles, gravel and topiary, combined with fantastic foliage and pops of colour create the 'wow' factor in this well-crafted Kingston garden.  This Week's Features: Success in every spot! Plants that thrive in the shade, foxgloves to grow anywhere, and how to pep up your pathways!  Garden News Expert Contributors: Nick Bailey on boosting your bedding with frondy foliage,  Martin Fish on creating an ideal environment under cover, Medwyn on an easy way to get more tomato plants, Terry on planting out and enjoying your plot, Lynne Dibley on houseplants and Alasdair Glen on cacti. 

Carol Klein 'How to make sure your summer flower partners go with a swing rather than a flop!'

The Garden News Team are taking pelargonium cuttings, potting up dahlias, deadheading euphorbias, and planting out cabbage! 

Our Garden of the Week:  Pebbles, gravel and topiary, combined with fantastic foliage and pops of colour create the 'wow' factor in this well-crafted Kingston garden. 

This Week's Features: Success in every spot! Plants that thrive in the shade, foxgloves to grow anywhere, and how to pep up your pathways! 

Garden News Expert Contributors: Nick Bailey on boosting your bedding with frondy foliage,  Martin Fish on creating an ideal environment under cover, Medwyn on an easy way to get more tomato plants, Terry on planting out and enjoying your plot, Lynne Dibley on houseplants and Alasdair Glen on cacti. 

What's in our latest issue - June 10

Carol Klein says clue up on propagating now so you can make more of your favourite plants and shrubs for free! The Garden News Team are giving their tropical plants a holiday outside, planting climbers through hedges, and sowing quick-grow successional veg.  Our Garden of the Week: Architectural plants, sculptural elements, a magnificent folly and a koi pond dominate artist Tim Blewitt's garden in Worthing.  This Week's Features: Here comes the sun! Your guide to summer gardening success; It's not too late to start sowing - don't worry if you haven't started off some of your crops yet, you can still sow for harvests this year!  Garden News Expert Contributors: Claire Austin on pretty peonies for any plot, and choosing the best hardy fuchsias with John Nicholass, 

Carol Klein says clue up on propagating now so you can make more of your favourite plants and shrubs for free!

The Garden News Team are giving their tropical plants a holiday outside, planting climbers through hedges, and sowing quick-grow successional veg. 

Our Garden of the Week: Architectural plants, sculptural elements, a magnificent folly and a koi pond dominate artist Tim Blewitt's garden in Worthing. 

This Week's Features: Here comes the sun! Your guide to summer gardening success; It's not too late to start sowing - don't worry if you haven't started off some of your crops yet, you can still sow for harvests this year! 

Garden News Expert Contributors: Claire Austin on pretty peonies for any plot, and choosing the best hardy fuchsias with John Nicholass, 

Carol Klein on Chelsea - this year's flower show was a sparkling memorable affair in a week full of sunshine!  The Garden News Team are planting up containers for a great summer show,  planting sweet pea plugs, growing gladioli and trying greenhouse growbag tomatoes.  Our Garden of the Week is a subtropical, seaside, cottage garden that has been densely planted by an imaginative couple with a passion for the unusual.  This Week's Features: Perk up your patio with fantastic containers; No maintenance alpines to rev up your rockery; Be brave with bamboo - create an elegant focal point or add structure to borders with these easy to maintain plants.   Garden News Expert Contributors: Nick Bailey copies the Chelsea planting approach, Martin Fish on new ways with watering, Medwyn on new veg, Terry takes stock of his plot, Ian Cooke on exotics and Michael Mitchell on alpines. 

Carol Klein on Chelsea - this year's flower show was a sparkling memorable affair in a week full of sunshine! 

The Garden News Team are planting up containers for a great summer show,  planting sweet pea plugs, growing gladioli and trying greenhouse growbag tomatoes. 

Our Garden of the Week is a subtropical, seaside, cottage garden that has been densely planted by an imaginative couple with a passion for the unusual. 

This Week's Features: Perk up your patio with fantastic containers; No maintenance alpines to rev up your rockery; Be brave with bamboo - create an elegant focal point or add structure to borders with these easy to maintain plants.  

Garden News Expert Contributors: Nick Bailey copies the Chelsea planting approach, Martin Fish on new ways with watering, Medwyn on new veg, Terry takes stock of his plot, Ian Cooke on exotics and Michael Mitchell on alpines. 

What's in our latest issue - May 27

Carol Klein says we should revel in the shade - it offers a marvellous opportunity to grow some of the most entrancing plants on the planet!  The Garden News Team are propagating succulents, damping down the greenhouse, planting herbaceous clematis and lifting and storing tulips. Our Garden of the Week is a beautifully designed, plant-packed, Bedfordshire cottage garden that has evolved slowly from an almost blank canvas.  This Week's Features: New plants at Chelsea 2017; Pick of the garden centre pops; Freshen up with the Chelsea Chop; The best plants to suit your soil.  Garden News Expert Contributors: Rob Smith gets creative with corn, Martin Fish pots up a fig, Medwyn is growing peas, Terry's allotment is greening up, Nigel Lucas is giving ornamental grasses a good home and Dave Gillam is planting out dahlias. 

Carol Klein says we should revel in the shade - it offers a marvellous opportunity to grow some of the most entrancing plants on the planet! 

The Garden News Team are propagating succulents, damping down the greenhouse, planting herbaceous clematis and lifting and storing tulips.

Our Garden of the Week is a beautifully designed, plant-packed, Bedfordshire cottage garden that has evolved slowly from an almost blank canvas. 

This Week's Features: New plants at Chelsea 2017; Pick of the garden centre pops; Freshen up with the Chelsea Chop; The best plants to suit your soil. 

Garden News Expert Contributors: Rob Smith gets creative with corn, Martin Fish pots up a fig, Medwyn is growing peas, Terry's allotment is greening up, Nigel Lucas is giving ornamental grasses a good home and Dave Gillam is planting out dahlias. 

What's in our latest issue - May 20

Carol Klein says planting summer pots is a great opportunity to experiment as well as having some fun. The Garden News Team are propagating primulas from seed, planting alpine ground cover, pruning forsythia, feeding veg and staking broad beans.  Our Garden of the Week is an ever-evolving Staffordshire garden that has thrown up a few challenges for its owners - but they've conquered them all! This Week's Features: Be Inspired By Chelsea - recreate some of the top show features in your own garden; Zinnias For Summer Zing - sow these bold beauties now to boost your borders; Oh My Gourd!  For taste and versatility make room for quick and easy-grow cucurbits; Garden News Expert Contributors this week include Inspirational gardener Nick Bailey, Undercover gardener Martin Fish, Growing for showing with Medwyn Williams, Tales from the allotment with Terry Walton, Lynne Dibley on houseplants and Dave Kenny on roses. 

Carol Klein says planting summer pots is a great opportunity to experiment as well as having some fun.

The Garden News Team are propagating primulas from seed, planting alpine ground cover, pruning forsythia, feeding veg and staking broad beans. 

Our Garden of the Week is an ever-evolving Staffordshire garden that has thrown up a few challenges for its owners - but they've conquered them all!

This Week's Features: Be Inspired By Chelsea - recreate some of the top show features in your own garden; Zinnias For Summer Zing - sow these bold beauties now to boost your borders; Oh My Gourd!  For taste and versatility make room for quick and easy-grow cucurbits;

Garden News Expert Contributors this week include Inspirational gardener Nick Bailey, Undercover gardener Martin Fish, Growing for showing with Medwyn Williams, Tales from the allotment with Terry Walton, Lynne Dibley on houseplants and Dave Kenny on roses. 

What's in our latest issue - May 13

Carol Klein is captivated by the magical allure of tulips - they seem to be more popular than ever! The Garden News Team are spring cleaning their ponds, sowing biennials, potting on young chrysanths, and caring for growing potatoes in bags.  Our Garden of the Week is a garden to learn from - one woman's diligent work has transformed a windswept piece of grassland into a sheltered haven brimming with edibles and lowers.   This Week's Features: Easy ways to give your garden instant impact, colourful vegetables, and how to go totally tropical on your plot with easy palms and succulents.  Garden News Expert Contributors this week include Rob Smith the Globetrotting Gardener, John Peace and Ivor Mace on chrysanths, and Ken Abel on pelargoniums. 

Carol Klein is captivated by the magical allure of tulips - they seem to be more popular than ever!

The Garden News Team are spring cleaning their ponds, sowing biennials, potting on young chrysanths, and caring for growing potatoes in bags. 

Our Garden of the Week is a garden to learn from - one woman's diligent work has transformed a windswept piece of grassland into a sheltered haven brimming with edibles and lowers.  

This Week's Features: Easy ways to give your garden instant impact, colourful vegetables, and how to go totally tropical on your plot with easy palms and succulents. 

Garden News Expert Contributors this week include Rob Smith the Globetrotting Gardener, John Peace and Ivor Mace on chrysanths, and Ken Abel on pelargoniums. 

What's in our latest issue - May 6

Carol Klein says gate crashers are welcome in her garden! Cherished plants that are generous enough to self-seed often make the party go with a swing. The Garden News Team are making a bee hotel, sowing outdoor veg, transplanting onions, giving bulbs some aftercare and deadheading rhododendrons. Our Garden of the Week is full of surprises – from terracotta warriors to handbag planters and a beach hut, novelties abound in this Nottinghamshire garden.   This Week's Features: 24 hours of non-stop scent; Get fragrant with foliage, and Top 10 tips for a healthy pond. Garden News Expert Contributors this week include Nick Bailey the Inspirational Gardener, Graham Strong on bedding and John Nicholass on fuchsias. 

Carol Klein says gate crashers are welcome in her garden! Cherished plants that are generous enough to self-seed often make the party go with a swing.

The Garden News Team are making a bee hotel, sowing outdoor veg, transplanting onions, giving bulbs some aftercare and deadheading rhododendrons.

Our Garden of the Week is full of surprises – from terracotta warriors to handbag planters and a beach hut, novelties abound in this Nottinghamshire garden.  

This Week's Features: 24 hours of non-stop scent; Get fragrant with foliage, and Top 10 tips for a healthy pond.

Garden News Expert Contributors this week include Nick Bailey the Inspirational Gardener, Graham Strong on bedding and John Nicholass on fuchsias. 

What's in our latest issue - April 29

Carol Klein takes cuttings of the spectacular euphorbias taking centre stage at Glebe Cottage The Garden News Team are planting up summer bedding baskets, training new climbers, sowing beans and potting up achimenes. Our Garden of the Week caters for the owner's love of traditional borders,  designed with her children in mind.  This Week's Features advice on how to grow veg in small spaces, roses for every spot, and how to plan a herb garden.  Garden News Expert Contributors this week include  The Globetrotting Gardener Rob Smith, Martin Fish the Undercover Gardener, Dave Kenny on roses, Lynne Dibley on houseplants and our 'Problem Solver' Tony Dickerson. 

Carol Klein takes cuttings of the spectacular euphorbias taking centre stage at Glebe Cottage

The Garden News Team are planting up summer bedding baskets, training new climbers, sowing beans and potting up achimenes.

Our Garden of the Week caters for the owner's love of traditional borders,  designed with her children in mind. 

This Week's Features advice on how to grow veg in small spaces, roses for every spot, and how to plan a herb garden. 

Garden News Expert Contributors this week include  The Globetrotting Gardener Rob Smith, Martin Fish the Undercover Gardener, Dave Kenny on roses, Lynne Dibley on houseplants and our 'Problem Solver' Tony Dickerson. 

What's in our latest issue - April 22 2017

Carol Klein plants late-flowering bulbs to guarantee a kaleidoscope of colour later in the season.

The Garden News Team are moving perennials, checking roses for greenfly, and getting their gardens ready for summer. 

Our Garden of the Week is a colourful plot where the owner has definitely 'done his own thing'! 

This Week's Features help you plan your best-ever borders, find your perfect planting partners, and fill up with feisty fuchsias.

Garden News Expert Contributors this week include our inspirational gardener Nick Bailey, Claire Austin on perennials, and our 'Problem Solver' Tony Dickerson.