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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 • Be inspired by the latest developments in the world of horticulture
GROW SOMETHING NEW FOR A ‘WOW’ FACTOR
Blooming MARVELLOUS • Spring is Michael and Caroline Dedman’s favourite time of year and with tulips and blossom bursting into life it’s not hard to see why...
TOP10 flowers for seeds • Let self-seeding plants do the hard work – leave flowerheads to drop their seeds back into the soil and new plants will pop up all over
Ask the RHS EXPERTS • The Royal Horticultural Society’s Chief Horticulturalist Guy Barter solves your gardening dilemmas
Guy’s step by step • Raising vegetable transplants indoors
Wonderful WISTERIA • Is there anything more beautiful in a garden than the sight of a cascading wisteria in full bloom?
Top 10 wisterias to have earned an Award of Garden Merit (AGM)
Time to get ORGANISED • Reuse and recycle old pallets to make a handy storage area for your garden tools
Chemical-free GARDENING • It’s possible to take a more holistic approach when dealing with unwanted visitors
Pretty FILLERS • Choose these speedy growers to fill your borders pronto with beautiful flowers
The power of COLOUR • As the monochrome memories of midwinter fade, foliage blankets soil, leaves cloak trees and flowers put smiles back on everyone’s faces...
Gardens around the WORLD • Look beyond your own backyard and take inspiration from stunning gardens all over the globe
Deep South fragrance garden
Chinese Song Dynasty tea garden
Himalayan foothills garden
Tropical Bangkok oasis garden
Japanese Zen forest garden
Middle Eastern meeting place garden
A visual FEAST • Growing your own crops is dependent on the space available, as we describe four distinct styles, each one as attractive as it is productive
Tomatoes for hanging baskets
Planting for THE SKIN • Plants provide not just the food we eat, but the materials of our everyday lives. Their fragrances, sap and even their fibres could be ingredients in your daily skincare products. Here are some of the horticultural heroes growing at Kew Gardens...
Peas PLEASE • Joe Lofthouse, Horticulturist at RHS Garden Harlow Carr with the essentials on growing the small, but mighty veg
Just the JOB • This month sees plenty of activity in the garden, as we gear up for summer...