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Published 9 times per year the Woman's Weekly Living Series has issues daedicated to health, gardening, cooking and knitting, as well as seasonal specials.
Woman’s Weekly Living Series
LET’S GET gardening! • We’re delighted to help welcome you in to a brand new year of gardening!
NEW PLANTS FOR 2020
WHAT’S NEW Products
Four seasons IN ONE • Most of us dream of a garden with visual appeal all year round. John Massey has made that dream a reality in Staffordshire
TOP 10 annuals to sow now • Growing from seed is so much cheaper than buying plants. Get sowing now for impressive displays in summer
Ask the RHS EXPERTS • Royal Horticultural Society Chief Horticulturalist Guy Barter solves your gardening dilemmas
The Winter BLUES • At the bleakest time of year, nature’s blues brave the elements in the form of beautiful baby bulbs, plucky perennials and scented shrubs
BOTTLED UP • Reuse your plastic bottles by turning them into these pretty tiered planters. Lightweight and durable, they’re perfect for hanging up in your garden
WILD ideas • With a bit of thought and planning, your garden can become a sanctuary for all sorts of creatures
Dates for your DIARY • Find a great day out near you
Parterres, Potagers & KNOT GARDENS • For centuries now, potagers, parterres and knot gardens have added a formal dignity to all types of gardens, from humble to grandiose
TIPS FOR ORGANIC GARDENING
HEALTH & HAPPINESS • Gardeners have always known about the positive impact of gardening on physical and mental health. Now the world is catching one...
TOP TIPS from the ‘Wellbeing Garden’ at RHS Garden Bridgewater
Your well-being garden • Here are some top tips for maximising the benefits of your own space
THE BEST PLANTS FOR WELL-BEING
Historical GEMS • Taking a stroll around a garden can be like a walk through time – particularly with these three estates each with a unique and interesting past
INSIDE knowledge • Ellen McHale, of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, picks plants from the Princess of Wales Conservatory that would be perfect in your home
RUBY rhubarb • Francesco Ponziani, horticulturist at RHS Garden Harlow Carr, shares his passion for this sharp-sweet crop
An ancient favourite
Ruby rhubarb continued... • Once you’ve harvested your vibrant rhubarb, turn them into some sweet treats. These delicious recipes will really help savour the flavour
Just the JOB • A few timely jobs will lift your spirits and unleash the potential of spring!