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The Full Monty • Don’t curb your horticultural ambition. By working with your natural surroundings, says Monty, even the wildest dreams can come true
Have your say • The view from your side of the fence
Over the fence • Should we discourage or support guerrilla gardening?
Digging deeper • Putting the spotlight on the biggest issues in gardening today
2 for 1 Gardens Seaside escapes • If you’re heading to the coast this summer, why not enjoy some glorious gardens while you’re there? To tempt you, here are five 2 for 1 Gardens by the sea
Container of the month • Create the perfect succulent display with a tower of stylish sempervivums
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For the love of shade • Far from being a limiting factor, the gift of shade cools, calms and brings so much variety to your plot. Here, Monty shares why he wouldn’t be without it
The subtlety of shade
Monty’s picks for damp shade
Amazing Winter Flowering Evergreen Special Scented Shrub • compact and perfect for pots!
The grand finale • If your garden is running out of steam as summer reaches its climax, take inspiration from Sue Kent’s pick of late-show plants to give your plot a boost
BUYER’S GUIDE Accessible tools • Overcome dexterity challenges, avoid muscular injuries and enjoy your gardening all the more with Reviews Editor Kay Maguire’s guide to smart, accessible tools
Meet Alan at Highclere Castle • 25 September 2023, £195pp (£185pp for subscribers)
Share the magic of Highclere with two special roses
Zero watering wonder • Drought-tolerant planting not only saves resources, it saves you hassle, too. Tom Brown shares the inspiring story of his new dry meadow at West Dean
Drought-tolerant plant heroes • This grouping of easy-to-grow plants thrives in open, sunny positions and copes well with prolonged dry spells, while also offering a complementary range of flower colours and shapes
What we’ve learned for the future
How drought-tolerant planting was used at Chelsea Flower Show 2023 • Planting with little need for water was popular this year at Chelsea, as these three show gardens illustrate
Summer problem-solving: GARDEN PESTS • The warmer months are not only enjoyable for gardeners, they’re also boom-time for pests. Help your plants shrug them off with Alan Titchmarsh’s easy guide
Save a plant • …and money, too, with Pippa Greenwood’s guide to bargain-bin plants
Poorly plant… healthy savings? • Here’s what to think about when bagging a plant-rescue bargain
Semi-ripe & heel cuttings • Nick Bailey shows you how to grow new plants now using two equally easy methods
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