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Woman's Weekly Living Series

Jun 01 2022
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

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

Herbaceous peonies AT A GLANCE

3 of the best… NEW BOOKS

Chelsea checklist • The greatest flower show on earth is also a trend-setter when it comes to what we’ll be growing in our own gardens. We’ve taken a peek at three Chelsea gardens to see what may be in store…

3 new buys

BRIMMING with LIFE • Once Josephine Hoy’s children had grown, she was able to dedicate time to creating a floral wonderland that’s overflowing with wildlife

FACT FILE

ORIGINAL TREES

Colourful combinations

Eye-catching ornaments • A number of ornaments feature in this garden, some positioned as surprises on rounding a corner or simply embraced by plants, while others form focal points that draw different elements together to create a cohesive picture.

Great self-seeders

FOLLY

Wisteria arbour

Perfect PEONIES • With their spectacular beauty, handsome foliage, silky petals and drop-dead gorgeous forms, peonies are the most glamorous of flowers

PEONIES AS CUT FLOWERS

Peony care

Ground CONTROL • Ground cover plants can suppress weeds and create interest in dead areas, and we’ve got the best options for every situation

Ask the RHS EXPERTS • Guy Barter, Chief Horticulturist at the RHS, solves your gardening dilemmas

Flavour in a BASKET • Herbs not only taste good, they also look fabulous spilling out of containers in a medley of foliage and flowers

POTS OF cottage style • It’s possible to exude the charm and elegance of this delightful garden layout using containers

Decking pros

Dates for your DIARY • Plant fairs, festivals and days out for the whole family

Sow-easy RADISHES! • These tasty gems can be sown from spring, right through summer, and they’re super-easy to get right

THREE OF THE BEST VARIETIES

Packing a PUNCH • With their fiery kick and glorious colour, radishes are a great addition to a variety of dishes

Fit for a QUEEN • In celebration of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee the RHS relives 70 years of gardening with the Royal Family

CELEBRATE THE PLATINUM JUBILEE IN YOUR GARDEN

CELEBRATE THE PLATINUM JUBILEE IN YOUR GARDEN

Where to enjoy a green Jubilee • With hundreds of nationwide events and street parties set to mark the Platinum Jubilee, why not seek out some green inspiration while you celebrate the occasion?

Beat the WEEDS! • The garden has woken up, but so have the unwanted plants. Here’s how to get rid of them and, importantly, stop them from spreading

Coming up ROSES • Early summer is perfect for beautiful blooms and blossom – here’s where to enjoy them

25 fuss-free beauties • These easy-going plants take care of themselves, leaving more time to relax in your delightful plot

Just the JOB • It’s the prime time to be out the garden enjoying the sunshine and taking care of business


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 68 Publisher: Future Publishing Ltd Edition: Jun 01 2022

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: May 11, 2022

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

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

Herbaceous peonies AT A GLANCE

3 of the best… NEW BOOKS

Chelsea checklist • The greatest flower show on earth is also a trend-setter when it comes to what we’ll be growing in our own gardens. We’ve taken a peek at three Chelsea gardens to see what may be in store…

3 new buys

BRIMMING with LIFE • Once Josephine Hoy’s children had grown, she was able to dedicate time to creating a floral wonderland that’s overflowing with wildlife

FACT FILE

ORIGINAL TREES

Colourful combinations

Eye-catching ornaments • A number of ornaments feature in this garden, some positioned as surprises on rounding a corner or simply embraced by plants, while others form focal points that draw different elements together to create a cohesive picture.

Great self-seeders

FOLLY

Wisteria arbour

Perfect PEONIES • With their spectacular beauty, handsome foliage, silky petals and drop-dead gorgeous forms, peonies are the most glamorous of flowers

PEONIES AS CUT FLOWERS

Peony care

Ground CONTROL • Ground cover plants can suppress weeds and create interest in dead areas, and we’ve got the best options for every situation

Ask the RHS EXPERTS • Guy Barter, Chief Horticulturist at the RHS, solves your gardening dilemmas

Flavour in a BASKET • Herbs not only taste good, they also look fabulous spilling out of containers in a medley of foliage and flowers

POTS OF cottage style • It’s possible to exude the charm and elegance of this delightful garden layout using containers

Decking pros

Dates for your DIARY • Plant fairs, festivals and days out for the whole family

Sow-easy RADISHES! • These tasty gems can be sown from spring, right through summer, and they’re super-easy to get right

THREE OF THE BEST VARIETIES

Packing a PUNCH • With their fiery kick and glorious colour, radishes are a great addition to a variety of dishes

Fit for a QUEEN • In celebration of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee the RHS relives 70 years of gardening with the Royal Family

CELEBRATE THE PLATINUM JUBILEE IN YOUR GARDEN

CELEBRATE THE PLATINUM JUBILEE IN YOUR GARDEN

Where to enjoy a green Jubilee • With hundreds of nationwide events and street parties set to mark the Platinum Jubilee, why not seek out some green inspiration while you celebrate the occasion?

Beat the WEEDS! • The garden has woken up, but so have the unwanted plants. Here’s how to get rid of them and, importantly, stop them from spreading

Coming up ROSES • Early summer is perfect for beautiful blooms and blossom – here’s where to enjoy them

25 fuss-free beauties • These easy-going plants take care of themselves, leaving more time to relax in your delightful plot

Just the JOB • It’s the prime time to be out the garden enjoying the sunshine and taking care of business


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