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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.
What to do NOW • Spring is the time to get back into the swing of things and help your garden to look its best after winter
Two GARDENS in one • Sue Townsend has transformed a broad front lawn into two separate gardens that look and feel as one
TOP 10 DELIGHTS • It’s time to start creating a bright and beautiful spring garden. Follow our guide and you’ll be itching to get planting!
Green BOUNDARIES • Add a boundary that looks good and helps out wildlife before spring is through
Get set, SOW • Start growing vegetable plants for the season ahead, but pace yourself and keep an eye on the spring weather forecast
Perky WINDOW BOX • What better way to perk up your front garden than with a window box full to the brim with happy, early, spring colour!
What to do NOW • Things are kicking off in the garden by now, so here’s how to make the most of this time of year
Sis for... • Summer, owner Su and a sensational garden that says much about its creators
TOP 10 FOR SUMMER BASKETS • Fill a container with these high-impact performers that will give you long-lasting interest this season
Save water, SAVE CASH! • It’s possible to reduce your water usage while ensuring that your garden looks as good as ever. Here are some easy tips to get you started
Cream of the CROPS • If you miss the best time to sow in summer, or don’t want to grow from seed, then plug plants are an easy and convenient option
Potted COTTAGE GARDEN • Plant it up in May and come midsummer, this container will be brimming with roses and frothing pastel blooms
What to do NOW • Get ready for autumn with our guide to the essential gardening jobs for the season
All the leaves are BROWN... CRIMSON & GOLD • Once you start looking at the variation in leaf form and size of maples, beware, less you become hooked, warns Ray Blundell
TOP 10 BERRIES • Hips and berries can elevate the October garden with their gem-like colours, packing a punch to planting schemes
Help the HEDGEHOGS • There’s so much that we can do in our gardens for our prickly pals
Harvest TIME • Autumn is the time to pick the last of the summer crops and it offers a chance to sow seeds and plant new fruit trees
Bucketloads OF CHEER • For sheer ‘wow’ factor in this seasonal display, it’s hard to beat the silvery lilac flowers of colchicum, the autumn crocus
What to do NOW • Winter is the time to ease off in the garden, but there are some jobs to be done in the colder months
Staying ALIVE • While most gardens sleep through the coldest months, Jackie and John’s wakens with flowers and fragrance
TOP 10 CHRISTMAS FOLIAGE • Ideal for clipping down to use for your decs, here are the best of the bunch
FIREPIT know-how • Spend evenings outside during the cold weather and keep warm with the help of a firepit, while toasting marshmallows or stargazing with the family
Seasonal PICKINGS • There’s a delicious range of home-grown fruit and veg to plant in winter, plus hearty crops to savour for the festive season
Three cheers FOR COLOUR • These container recipes are sure to brighten the darkest time of year
Green fingered CROSSWORD • Take a break and test your knowledge