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Woman's Weekly Living Series

May 01 2021
Magazine

Published by IPC Media.

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.

Editorial

Woman's Weekly Living Series

LET’S GET gardening • All the best news and products hand-picked for you

PLANT OF THE MONTH

WILD FLOWER VERGE RESCUE • Discover how you can help ensure our roadsides are awash with wild flowers

Patio must-haves

Summer flowers to try

BLOSSOM WATCH

Simply ENCHANTING • Take a journey through Michael and Jill’s garden. An inspiring place full of inviting pathways and a spectacular rose moon gate

FACT FILE

Creating a bog garden

Mirror mirror

Jill’s favourite roses

Top Ten Tips for climbing roses

MICHAEL AND JILL’S GARDENING TIPS • Over the years of creating this beautiful garden, Michael and Jill have great gardening tips based on their own experience…

TOP 10 plants for perfumed pots • There’s still time to pot up summer bulbs, sow annuals and plant perennials in containers. Choose these fragrant varieties…

Ask the RHS EXPERTS • The Royal Horticultural Society’s chief horticulturist, Guy Barter, answers your gardening queries

LITTLE marvels • Alpine plants are easy to grow and will look charming in any garden setting, from balconies to rock gardens

PEAKS AND TROUGHS

WENDY’S GROWING TIPS

8 great alpines • Here are eight sun-loving rock and alpine plants. Coming into flower from late spring, they produce scores of tiny, jewel-like flowers above appealing foliage.

Alpine hanging basket step-by-step

Flying high

WHAT YOU WILL NEED

An Alpine RIDDLE • Planting up a traditional garden riddle with dainty alpine delights and leafy thymes will provide weeks of flowers from spring onwards

Grown at HOME • Home-grown tastes better and is so easy to do. So this year, make growing your own a feature of your garden whatever its size

HANDY TIPS

Dates for your DIARY • Explore beautiful gardens and immerse yourself in plants this spring to restore the senses! Check websites and social media for up-to-date info

Growing ASPARAGUS • Peter Adams, Edibles Team Leader at RHS Garden Rosemoor, tells us all about cultivating this fine-tasting veg

Types of asparagus

An abundance of ASPARAGUS • How to cook with the star of the season

Green shoots OF HOPE • Communities up and down the country have been carrying on gardening, bringing people together while staying two metres apart…

The best plants and shrubs for flower arranging

Setting up a community gardening group

TEA-BREAK READ Shakespeare’s gardens • At Stratford-upon-Avon there are four garden sites connected with this literary icon

Easy tips for an ECO GARDEN • A few simple changes can make a big difference to your garden’s impact on the environment

Getting to know your SOIL • Working out what to plant starts with knowing your growing conditions and soil type

8 GARDENS GORGEOUS to visit in spring • Buds and blooms are bursting into life so treat yourself to a wonderful day out

Just the JOB • It’s time to spruce up the patio, tackle weeds and get edible crops started


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 68 Publisher: Future Publishing Ltd Edition: May 01 2021

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: April 14, 2021

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

Languages

English

Published by IPC Media.

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.

Editorial

Woman's Weekly Living Series

LET’S GET gardening • All the best news and products hand-picked for you

PLANT OF THE MONTH

WILD FLOWER VERGE RESCUE • Discover how you can help ensure our roadsides are awash with wild flowers

Patio must-haves

Summer flowers to try

BLOSSOM WATCH

Simply ENCHANTING • Take a journey through Michael and Jill’s garden. An inspiring place full of inviting pathways and a spectacular rose moon gate

FACT FILE

Creating a bog garden

Mirror mirror

Jill’s favourite roses

Top Ten Tips for climbing roses

MICHAEL AND JILL’S GARDENING TIPS • Over the years of creating this beautiful garden, Michael and Jill have great gardening tips based on their own experience…

TOP 10 plants for perfumed pots • There’s still time to pot up summer bulbs, sow annuals and plant perennials in containers. Choose these fragrant varieties…

Ask the RHS EXPERTS • The Royal Horticultural Society’s chief horticulturist, Guy Barter, answers your gardening queries

LITTLE marvels • Alpine plants are easy to grow and will look charming in any garden setting, from balconies to rock gardens

PEAKS AND TROUGHS

WENDY’S GROWING TIPS

8 great alpines • Here are eight sun-loving rock and alpine plants. Coming into flower from late spring, they produce scores of tiny, jewel-like flowers above appealing foliage.

Alpine hanging basket step-by-step

Flying high

WHAT YOU WILL NEED

An Alpine RIDDLE • Planting up a traditional garden riddle with dainty alpine delights and leafy thymes will provide weeks of flowers from spring onwards

Grown at HOME • Home-grown tastes better and is so easy to do. So this year, make growing your own a feature of your garden whatever its size

HANDY TIPS

Dates for your DIARY • Explore beautiful gardens and immerse yourself in plants this spring to restore the senses! Check websites and social media for up-to-date info

Growing ASPARAGUS • Peter Adams, Edibles Team Leader at RHS Garden Rosemoor, tells us all about cultivating this fine-tasting veg

Types of asparagus

An abundance of ASPARAGUS • How to cook with the star of the season

Green shoots OF HOPE • Communities up and down the country have been carrying on gardening, bringing people together while staying two metres apart…

The best plants and shrubs for flower arranging

Setting up a community gardening group

TEA-BREAK READ Shakespeare’s gardens • At Stratford-upon-Avon there are four garden sites connected with this literary icon

Easy tips for an ECO GARDEN • A few simple changes can make a big difference to your garden’s impact on the environment

Getting to know your SOIL • Working out what to plant starts with knowing your growing conditions and soil type

8 GARDENS GORGEOUS to visit in spring • Buds and blooms are bursting into life so treat yourself to a wonderful day out

Just the JOB • It’s time to spruce up the patio, tackle weeds and get edible crops started


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