What's in our latest issue - September 23rd

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The Garden News Team are propagating penstemons, building a potted bulb lasagne & harvesting Swiss chard.

This Week's Features: Climbers for every spot, easy steps to overwintering & fill the house with flowers.

Carol Klein is enjoying autumn’s blue haze.

Garden News Expert Contributors: It’s show time with John Peace & Ian Cooke has hardy exotics to survive winter.  Plus, all our regular columnists.

Garden of the Week is a garden that dazzles all year where the owner aims to keep the colour coming right up until the first frosts.

What's in our latest issue - September 16th

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Carol Klein is creating a jungle feel at Glebe Cottage this week.

This Week's Features: Grow your own mini meadow, make room for wallflowers & the spring bulb masterclass.

Our Garden of the Week is turning back time – beneath a jungle of weeds lay the bones of a fine garden in Leicestershire that the owner is restoring and developing.

The Garden News Team are giving their lawns some TLC, attacking pests on vulnerable plants planting herbs ready for a winter treat.

Garden News Expert Contributors: Johnny Walkers suggests some different varieties of daffodils to try and John Nicolass shines a light on orange fuchsias.  Plus all our regular columnists.

What's in our latest issue - September 9th

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Our Garden of the Week is a mini plot with lots to spot  – every part of this exotic, lush green, Dorset paradise, created by a pair of Royal Academy artists, holds a surprise for visitors.

Carol Klein is shining in the shade and bringing sparkle to those tricky woodland areas.

The Garden News Team are planting out biennials, lifting Jerusalem artichokes and taking lavender cuttings.

This Week's Features: Plant colourful evergreens, start the ultimate fruit patch & the perfect plants for under trees.

Garden News Expert Contributors: Claire Austin explains how to plant a year-round bee garden and Lynne Dibley suggest growing oxalis as a house plant. Plus all our regular columnists.