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Woman's Weekly Living Series

Oct 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 news and best buys hand-picked for you

PLANT OF THE MONTH

SHED OF THE YEAR

RHS Sustainable Products Awards

PRODUCTS FOR THE ECO-FRIENDLY GARDENER

New plants for autumn

BOOK REVIEW

Late summer SPLENDOUR • Brian and Josse Emerson have packed their borders with late flowerers which keep going through to autumn

FACT FILE

Simply the best

Late summer drama queens • Dahlias are not the only talking points at Hilltop. There are also a handful of exotic-looking beauties that draw admiring glances from visitors.

A family business

TOP10 Autumn hips and berries • Hips and berries can elevate the October garden with their gem-like colours

Ask the RHS EXPERTS • The chief horticulturalist from the RHS, Guy Barter, solves your gardening problems

Sensational SALVIAS • From early summer to late autumn, shrubby salvias will sparkle like jewels

Colour and body to borders

Mass planting

Little gems

Growing advice • Shrubby salvias are generally hardy, obliging plants that produce vast quantities of flowers over an extremely long season, provided their chief requirements of full sun and good drainage are met

A bucketful OF COLOUR • For sheer ‘wow’ factor in an autumn display, it’s hard to beat the silvery lilac flowers of Colchicum, the autumn crocus

AFTERCARE

The garden at NIGHT • If you’re in the dark about the lighting in your garden, now’s the chance to let it truly sparkle

Right light, right position

How to carve the perfect pumpkin lantern

DOS AND DON’TS

SAFETY FIRST

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

Perfect PLUMS • RHS Chief Horticulturist Guy Barter shares his how-to on perfecting plum growing

RECOMMENDED RHS AGM PLUMS

PROBLEMS

Recipes for your FRUIT • Plums are such wonderfully diverse ingredients – they can be used in cakes, chutneys or even savoury dishes

Tall STORIES • Trees can bring structure, shade and fabulous colour to a garden, particularly through the autumn

The science of autumn colour

Community tree planting

Let’s plant SPRING BULBS • An easy way to give your garden a makeover, says Ruth Hayes

Bulbs in your lawn

Tips for planting bulbs

ACE ACERS • With so many stunning varieties to choose from, acers are among the most beautiful trees for small gardens, says Adrienne Wild

PLANTS WITH BIG PERSONALTIES • No room for a full-scale tree? Consider these alternatives that will thrive in containers

GLORIOUS GARDENS to visit right now

Get the best from your primroses!

Just the JOB • Get set for autumn with our guide to the top jobs to do in September and October

Propagate shrubs via hardwood cuttings


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

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: September 1, 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 news and best buys hand-picked for you

PLANT OF THE MONTH

SHED OF THE YEAR

RHS Sustainable Products Awards

PRODUCTS FOR THE ECO-FRIENDLY GARDENER

New plants for autumn

BOOK REVIEW

Late summer SPLENDOUR • Brian and Josse Emerson have packed their borders with late flowerers which keep going through to autumn

FACT FILE

Simply the best

Late summer drama queens • Dahlias are not the only talking points at Hilltop. There are also a handful of exotic-looking beauties that draw admiring glances from visitors.

A family business

TOP10 Autumn hips and berries • Hips and berries can elevate the October garden with their gem-like colours

Ask the RHS EXPERTS • The chief horticulturalist from the RHS, Guy Barter, solves your gardening problems

Sensational SALVIAS • From early summer to late autumn, shrubby salvias will sparkle like jewels

Colour and body to borders

Mass planting

Little gems

Growing advice • Shrubby salvias are generally hardy, obliging plants that produce vast quantities of flowers over an extremely long season, provided their chief requirements of full sun and good drainage are met

A bucketful OF COLOUR • For sheer ‘wow’ factor in an autumn display, it’s hard to beat the silvery lilac flowers of Colchicum, the autumn crocus

AFTERCARE

The garden at NIGHT • If you’re in the dark about the lighting in your garden, now’s the chance to let it truly sparkle

Right light, right position

How to carve the perfect pumpkin lantern

DOS AND DON’TS

SAFETY FIRST

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

Perfect PLUMS • RHS Chief Horticulturist Guy Barter shares his how-to on perfecting plum growing

RECOMMENDED RHS AGM PLUMS

PROBLEMS

Recipes for your FRUIT • Plums are such wonderfully diverse ingredients – they can be used in cakes, chutneys or even savoury dishes

Tall STORIES • Trees can bring structure, shade and fabulous colour to a garden, particularly through the autumn

The science of autumn colour

Community tree planting

Let’s plant SPRING BULBS • An easy way to give your garden a makeover, says Ruth Hayes

Bulbs in your lawn

Tips for planting bulbs

ACE ACERS • With so many stunning varieties to choose from, acers are among the most beautiful trees for small gardens, says Adrienne Wild

PLANTS WITH BIG PERSONALTIES • No room for a full-scale tree? Consider these alternatives that will thrive in containers

GLORIOUS GARDENS to visit right now

Get the best from your primroses!

Just the JOB • Get set for autumn with our guide to the top jobs to do in September and October

Propagate shrubs via hardwood cuttings


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