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BBC Gardeners' World

Jun 22 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 June

Expert’s choice Scented-leaved pelargoniums • These tender treasures are a treat for the senses, says Graham Rice

FREE dwarf buddleja with every order of pollinator-friendly perennials

The Full Monty • War, financial recession and increasing energy prices are never welcome but perhaps there is a bright side for gardeners, says Monty

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

Grow your FREE* seeds • It’s the perfect month to sow biennials such as foxgloves and there’s just time to start a batch of cosmos, too

Step into the Garden of England • This month we’re in Kent, showing you some of the great gardens to enjoy with your 2 for 1 Entry Card and Guide

Clippings • Our roundup of the month’s latest gardening news and views

Clippings goes live • The summer starts here as we return to Birmingham for BBC Gardeners’ World Live 2022. Book now to secure your tickets!

Subscribe and receive • one of two GW Guides: Gardening for Wildlife OR Your Garden from Seed

Monty’s summer veg patch PART 1 BEATING THE HUNGRY GAP • Discover how to make the best of early crops as Monty reveals his star plants for June and the best veg to sow now to keep your harvests coming right through the summer

Six veg to sow this month • Warming temperatures and moist soil, hopefully topped up with regular rainfall, make June a perfect sowing month. Get these seeds going now, either direct or in modules, and many will be producing crops for you in a matter of weeks – or bulking themselves up now to cruise through the winter and fill next year’s ‘hungry gap’.

Pots for summer impact PART 1 BEST FOR POLLINATORS • In the first of a new series, Arit Anderson inspires us to be creative with simple containers oozing summer flair. This month, a combination of plants perfect for pollinators and wildlife

5 best plants for pollinators • When choosing plants to attract pollinators, look for colourful flowers that have simple structures, so the nectar can be accessed easily. Include a mix of plants that flower at different times to prolonging the nectar, and add some that are night scented to attract moths.

PLANTS WITH PURPOSE Part 4: Pond plants • Bring life and colour to your pond with carefully chosen plants. Carol Klein explains how to choose the right ones

A ROSE FOR EVERYONE • Discover why we all need roses in our gardens and how to ensure you get your best-ever blooms this summer, with Adam Frost’s tricks of the trade

Homegrown drinks & remedies • In her new book, The Modern Gardener, Frances Tophill shows you how to transform herbs and flowers into delicious drinks and natural remedies

Where do I start?

Meet your garden experts

A-Z of house plants • ZZ plants are ideal for beginners looking for an easy way to add interest to a dull corner

JOIN THE BBC GARDENERS’ WORLD MAGAZINE TEAM AT THESE TWO EXCLUSIVE EVENTS

The great garden getaway • Enjoy your best-ever summer in the garden, with an array of outdoor-elevating inspiration for eating, relaxing, celebrating and making the most of your garden this season. Planning your perfect retreat starts here

Create an outdoor lounge • From...


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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 June

Expert’s choice Scented-leaved pelargoniums • These tender treasures are a treat for the senses, says Graham Rice

FREE dwarf buddleja with every order of pollinator-friendly perennials

The Full Monty • War, financial recession and increasing energy prices are never welcome but perhaps there is a bright side for gardeners, says Monty

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

Grow your FREE* seeds • It’s the perfect month to sow biennials such as foxgloves and there’s just time to start a batch of cosmos, too

Step into the Garden of England • This month we’re in Kent, showing you some of the great gardens to enjoy with your 2 for 1 Entry Card and Guide

Clippings • Our roundup of the month’s latest gardening news and views

Clippings goes live • The summer starts here as we return to Birmingham for BBC Gardeners’ World Live 2022. Book now to secure your tickets!

Subscribe and receive • one of two GW Guides: Gardening for Wildlife OR Your Garden from Seed

Monty’s summer veg patch PART 1 BEATING THE HUNGRY GAP • Discover how to make the best of early crops as Monty reveals his star plants for June and the best veg to sow now to keep your harvests coming right through the summer

Six veg to sow this month • Warming temperatures and moist soil, hopefully topped up with regular rainfall, make June a perfect sowing month. Get these seeds going now, either direct or in modules, and many will be producing crops for you in a matter of weeks – or bulking themselves up now to cruise through the winter and fill next year’s ‘hungry gap’.

Pots for summer impact PART 1 BEST FOR POLLINATORS • In the first of a new series, Arit Anderson inspires us to be creative with simple containers oozing summer flair. This month, a combination of plants perfect for pollinators and wildlife

5 best plants for pollinators • When choosing plants to attract pollinators, look for colourful flowers that have simple structures, so the nectar can be accessed easily. Include a mix of plants that flower at different times to prolonging the nectar, and add some that are night scented to attract moths.

PLANTS WITH PURPOSE Part 4: Pond plants • Bring life and colour to your pond with carefully chosen plants. Carol Klein explains how to choose the right ones

A ROSE FOR EVERYONE • Discover why we all need roses in our gardens and how to ensure you get your best-ever blooms this summer, with Adam Frost’s tricks of the trade

Homegrown drinks & remedies • In her new book, The Modern Gardener, Frances Tophill shows you how to transform herbs and flowers into delicious drinks and natural remedies

Where do I start?

Meet your garden experts

A-Z of house plants • ZZ plants are ideal for beginners looking for an easy way to add interest to a dull corner

JOIN THE BBC GARDENERS’ WORLD MAGAZINE TEAM AT THESE TWO EXCLUSIVE EVENTS

The great garden getaway • Enjoy your best-ever summer in the garden, with an array of outdoor-elevating inspiration for eating, relaxing, celebrating and making the most of your garden this season. Planning your perfect retreat starts here

Create an outdoor lounge • From...


Expand title description text