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BBC Gardeners' World

Jan 01 2022
Magazine

Gardeners' World Magazine is the authoritative voice in gardening, the clear market-leader since it launched in 1991. The award-winning editorial includes topical, practical advice in the readers' favourite 'what to do now' section, and regular contributions and features from the top names in BBC gardening. Packed with fresh ideas and clear advice - the innovative approach offers creative, practical and problem-solving solutions to all keen gardeners.

More from Gardeners’ World magazine

Welcome

We love January • This month is a little like the ugly duckling: difficult to love. It may not have feathers, all stubby and brown, but people are definitely desperate to see the end of January. “Get out, get out, get out of town” they holler, while huddling down to stay out of the biting winds and freezing drizzle. But it is not all bad. Our gardens are offering up little gems of cheer to get us through the post-Christmas, pre-spring slump. Let nobody say that we at Gardeners’ World Magazine are reluctant to shake every cloud in search of the silver lining.

Expert’s choice Snowdrops • There is a huge range to choose from, with varying sizes, markings and prices, says Graham Rice

10 FREE* Dahlia tubers for every reader • Perfect for containers or dotting through borders, the Dahlia Patio Choice Mix will bring a big splash of colour to your garden this summer. A vibrant mix of pink, orange, yellow and red blooms, these dahlias will flower right through to autumn, and make excellent cut flowers.

The Full Monty • At the start of a new year, Monty reflects on what a decade of TV stardom has meant for Longmeadow and why keeping it real is so important

Have your say • The view from your side of the fence

Bigger and greener

Calls for sustainable gardening • Our roundup of the month’s latest gardening news and views

My gardening world Dr Michael Mosley

News in brief

Try a subscription for only £5 • Start your new year off with a subscription to BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine and receive your first 3 issues for only £5. Your subscription will then continue at just £27.60 every 6 issues – still saving 20%*

Sowing the seeds of summer • It’s not only cheaper and greener to grow our own plants from seed, it’s also eternally thrilling, says Monty – just follow his tips for success

Sowing seeds in trays • Using seed trays rather than pots allows you to start more plants in a small space and prick out the seedlings as they emerge

The future in our hands

MEET THE EXPERTS

10 STEPS to a greener garden

DOING YOUR BIT

Rising damp • With climate change becoming apparent through increased rainfall and extremes of weather, Carol Klein explores ways to ensure our gardens cope with wetter conditions

Carol’s 8 favourites for wet weather

Carol’s wet weather action plan • While our primary focus must be to collectively tackle the causes of climate change, here are some ways to temper wet weather or even turn it to your advantage

“When you aren’t bound by convention you have freedom” • Thousands of our readers voted to crown Thomas Jose’s acer-filled plot this year’s People’s Choice

OTHER FINALISTS • It was another record-breaking year for entries in our Gardens of the Year competition and we enjoyed seeing wonderful gardens from readers all across the UK. And with Covid still affecting our daily lives, we heard just how important these spaces have become as places of refuge, safety and wellbeing. Here we share just a small selection of entries. Go to gardenersworld.com/garden-competition to see even more of the unique and inspiring gardens.

A-Z of house plants • Give a bright room a burst of colourwith an exotic urn plant

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Home & Garden

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English

Gardeners' World Magazine is the authoritative voice in gardening, the clear market-leader since it launched in 1991. The award-winning editorial includes topical, practical advice in the readers' favourite 'what to do now' section, and regular contributions and features from the top names in BBC gardening. Packed with fresh ideas and clear advice - the innovative approach offers creative, practical and problem-solving solutions to all keen gardeners.

More from Gardeners’ World magazine

Welcome

We love January • This month is a little like the ugly duckling: difficult to love. It may not have feathers, all stubby and brown, but people are definitely desperate to see the end of January. “Get out, get out, get out of town” they holler, while huddling down to stay out of the biting winds and freezing drizzle. But it is not all bad. Our gardens are offering up little gems of cheer to get us through the post-Christmas, pre-spring slump. Let nobody say that we at Gardeners’ World Magazine are reluctant to shake every cloud in search of the silver lining.

Expert’s choice Snowdrops • There is a huge range to choose from, with varying sizes, markings and prices, says Graham Rice

10 FREE* Dahlia tubers for every reader • Perfect for containers or dotting through borders, the Dahlia Patio Choice Mix will bring a big splash of colour to your garden this summer. A vibrant mix of pink, orange, yellow and red blooms, these dahlias will flower right through to autumn, and make excellent cut flowers.

The Full Monty • At the start of a new year, Monty reflects on what a decade of TV stardom has meant for Longmeadow and why keeping it real is so important

Have your say • The view from your side of the fence

Bigger and greener

Calls for sustainable gardening • Our roundup of the month’s latest gardening news and views

My gardening world Dr Michael Mosley

News in brief

Try a subscription for only £5 • Start your new year off with a subscription to BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine and receive your first 3 issues for only £5. Your subscription will then continue at just £27.60 every 6 issues – still saving 20%*

Sowing the seeds of summer • It’s not only cheaper and greener to grow our own plants from seed, it’s also eternally thrilling, says Monty – just follow his tips for success

Sowing seeds in trays • Using seed trays rather than pots allows you to start more plants in a small space and prick out the seedlings as they emerge

The future in our hands

MEET THE EXPERTS

10 STEPS to a greener garden

DOING YOUR BIT

Rising damp • With climate change becoming apparent through increased rainfall and extremes of weather, Carol Klein explores ways to ensure our gardens cope with wetter conditions

Carol’s 8 favourites for wet weather

Carol’s wet weather action plan • While our primary focus must be to collectively tackle the causes of climate change, here are some ways to temper wet weather or even turn it to your advantage

“When you aren’t bound by convention you have freedom” • Thousands of our readers voted to crown Thomas Jose’s acer-filled plot this year’s People’s Choice

OTHER FINALISTS • It was another record-breaking year for entries in our Gardens of the Year competition and we enjoyed seeing wonderful gardens from readers all across the UK. And with Covid still affecting our daily lives, we heard just how important these spaces have become as places of refuge, safety and wellbeing. Here we share just a small selection of entries. Go to gardenersworld.com/garden-competition to see even more of the unique and inspiring gardens.

A-Z of house plants • Give a bright room a burst of colourwith an exotic urn plant

Where do I...


Expand title description text
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