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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 • All the best news and views hand-picked for you
The Dream Garden
Homes for wild visitors
Get planting this autumn
The GENERATION Game • Alive with autumn colour, this magical garden in the Malvern Hills is cherished by the family that live there
ASTERS TO LOOK OUT FOR
TOP10 tulips for spring • It’s a good time to start choosing and ordering your bulbs for next year – and a spring garden wouldn’t be complete without pretty tulips!
Ask the RHS EXPERTS • The Royal Horticultural Society’s Chief Horticultural Advisor, Guy Barter, answers your gardening queries
Guy’s guide to GATHERING APPLES
Guy’s guide on OVERWINTERING GERANIUMS
BRANCHING out • Choose trees to add beautiful structure and form in every season
Factors to consider when choosing a tree
CHOOSING THE PERFECT TREE
A seasonal DISPLAY • This is a great weekend project to turn old crates and boxes into an amazing garden feature
Create some WINTER SPARKLE • Bring the garden indoors with beautiful blooms and heady scent, says Wendy Humphries
FORCING BULBS TO BLOOM EARLY
How to force bulbs for CHRISTMAS
Christmas gift ideas
Up the GARDEN PATH • Make use of the autumnal months to re-imagine the layout of your outdoor space, updating its design by creating impressive walkways
Plants to partner paths
It’s crunch TIME • The most popular tree fruit grown in the UK, apples are a staple of the autumn harvest but our orchards are at risk
Expert Growing Guide
SEASONAL splendour • Autumn is a lovely time to visit England’s gems. The National Trust gardens are now open for you to book your visit in advance
THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO winter • Begin the countdown to the end of the year by enjoying every last month of what your garden has to offer
Sensational SQUASH • Joe Lofthouse, Horticulturist at RHS Garden Harlow Carr shares his wisdom on growing this delicious autumnal veg
Winning varieties • A few years ago we carried out a trial of 11 squash varieties to assess which grow best in a wetter, colder climate and on the heavy clay soils at RHS Garden Harlow Carr...
Just the JOB • There’s plenty to do in the garden in autumn, including planting for next spring