What's in our latest issue - July 22

Carol Klein  says flowers and veg can mingle perfectly! Mixing the two is a true reflection of how gardeners have worked through the centuries.    The Garden News Team  are mulching pots and borders, deadheading self-seeders, controlling bindweed, cutting lavender for drying, sowing edible flowers and leaving their rhubarb alone!    Our Garden of the Week  is a garden in the suburbs of Sheffield that's packed with a host of colourful plants that provide evolving, year-round interest.    This Week's Features:  Smart ideas to spend less on your garden; Grow your own plant food; Easy ways to add water.    Garden News Expert Contributors : Ian Cooke on exotics and Ken Abel on pelargoniums. Plus all our usual columnists! 

Carol Klein says flowers and veg can mingle perfectly! Mixing the two is a true reflection of how gardeners have worked through the centuries. 

The Garden News Team are mulching pots and borders, deadheading self-seeders, controlling bindweed, cutting lavender for drying, sowing edible flowers and leaving their rhubarb alone! 

Our Garden of the Week is a garden in the suburbs of Sheffield that's packed with a host of colourful plants that provide evolving, year-round interest. 

This Week's Features: Smart ideas to spend less on your garden; Grow your own plant food; Easy ways to add water. 

Garden News Expert Contributors: Ian Cooke on exotics and Ken Abel on pelargoniums. Plus all our usual columnists! 

What's in our latest issue - September 3, 2016

THIS WEEK: small budget big vaule gardening!

  • Carol Klein grows dahlias from seed and adds explosions of colour to borders! 
  • The Garden News Team grows autumn perennials, pricks out foxglove seedlings, plant more shrubs, tidies pond foliage and more!
  • Our Garden of the Week is a slope sensation in Bedfordshire.
  • Read features from Garden News' expert contributors Lucy Purdy, Geoff Hodge, Martin Fish, Medwyn Williams, Julian Rollins, Terry Walton, Rob Smith, 'Problem Solver' Tony Dickerson, and get brilliant insight on tools for preparing the garden for next year from Darren Turpin our Gardening Genius!