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. 

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 - 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. 

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!