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Woman's Weekly Living Series

Jun 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 latest news, views to dig into!

PLANT OF THE MONTH

TOP FLOWERS FOR THE CUTTING GARDEN

Garden must-haves

Exciting new plants

GET YOUR FLOWERS FROM LOCAL GROWERS

Pocket -sized PERFECTION • Lyn and Peter Buller have packed their tiny garden with special plants and home-made mirrors

FACT FILE

Shady side return

Choosing the right roses

Special favourites

Container veg

Compost clever

Super succulents

TOP10 Slug-proof plants • Give pellets a miss and opt for plants that slugs w on’t touch – there are plenty of worthwhile options

Ask the RHS EXPERTS • The Royal Horticultural Society’s Guy Barter answers your gardening questions

PURPLE power • Globes of alliums make a sensational addition to a border

STARRY-EYED WONDERS

4 beautiful border ideas

4 short varieties

GROWING TIPS

4 inspiring combinations

Top 10 alliums

Build a RAISED BED • A practical, flexible addition to a garden, either as part of a new design that injects appealing geometry, or simply to add an architectural element to an established garden

Kerb APPEAL • Smarten up your front garden in no time with clever planting and design tricks

SUE’S FRONT GARDEN DESIGN 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

Berry NICE • Lenka Cooke, RHS horticultural adviser at Wisley, shares her expert tips on growing gooseberries and red and white currants

GROWING ADVICE

Brilliant BLACKCURRANTS • Bursting with more vitamin C than an orange, these delicious British fruits are the star ingredients in these tasty sweet treats

Creating a BUZZ • Lessons from the Royal Horticultural Society on how to help declining bee populations

Design features for a bee-friendly garden

Gardens fit for a queen

The bee’s knees: planting a pollinator-friendly garden

10 OF THE BEST plants for pollinators • Helen Bostock, Senior Horticultural Advisor at the RHS, suggests planting the following to encourage pollinators to your garden

Guide to beekeeping

How to grow... CONTAINER PLANTS • Want to keep your container plants in tiptop condition for longer? Now you can, as Anne Swithinbank reveals your best options for bountiful summer-long colour

CONTAINER PLANT CARE

3 for lasting colour

Home-grown SALADS • Grow your own ingredients – there’s nothing better than freshly picked produce

8 STUNNING GARDENS to visit this summer • From flower beds bursting with colour to green vistas, treat yourself to a day out in nature

What to do in the garden in May and June • Keep the garden happy now the weather is warmer and the days are brighter


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

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: May 12, 2021

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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 latest news, views to dig into!

PLANT OF THE MONTH

TOP FLOWERS FOR THE CUTTING GARDEN

Garden must-haves

Exciting new plants

GET YOUR FLOWERS FROM LOCAL GROWERS

Pocket -sized PERFECTION • Lyn and Peter Buller have packed their tiny garden with special plants and home-made mirrors

FACT FILE

Shady side return

Choosing the right roses

Special favourites

Container veg

Compost clever

Super succulents

TOP10 Slug-proof plants • Give pellets a miss and opt for plants that slugs w on’t touch – there are plenty of worthwhile options

Ask the RHS EXPERTS • The Royal Horticultural Society’s Guy Barter answers your gardening questions

PURPLE power • Globes of alliums make a sensational addition to a border

STARRY-EYED WONDERS

4 beautiful border ideas

4 short varieties

GROWING TIPS

4 inspiring combinations

Top 10 alliums

Build a RAISED BED • A practical, flexible addition to a garden, either as part of a new design that injects appealing geometry, or simply to add an architectural element to an established garden

Kerb APPEAL • Smarten up your front garden in no time with clever planting and design tricks

SUE’S FRONT GARDEN DESIGN 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

Berry NICE • Lenka Cooke, RHS horticultural adviser at Wisley, shares her expert tips on growing gooseberries and red and white currants

GROWING ADVICE

Brilliant BLACKCURRANTS • Bursting with more vitamin C than an orange, these delicious British fruits are the star ingredients in these tasty sweet treats

Creating a BUZZ • Lessons from the Royal Horticultural Society on how to help declining bee populations

Design features for a bee-friendly garden

Gardens fit for a queen

The bee’s knees: planting a pollinator-friendly garden

10 OF THE BEST plants for pollinators • Helen Bostock, Senior Horticultural Advisor at the RHS, suggests planting the following to encourage pollinators to your garden

Guide to beekeeping

How to grow... CONTAINER PLANTS • Want to keep your container plants in tiptop condition for longer? Now you can, as Anne Swithinbank reveals your best options for bountiful summer-long colour

CONTAINER PLANT CARE

3 for lasting colour

Home-grown SALADS • Grow your own ingredients – there’s nothing better than freshly picked produce

8 STUNNING GARDENS to visit this summer • From flower beds bursting with colour to green vistas, treat yourself to a day out in nature

What to do in the garden in May and June • Keep the garden happy now the weather is warmer and the days are brighter


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