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Gardeners' World Magazine is created by the nice people at the BBC. The magazine brings you all the seasonal tips you could possibly need to make your garden flourish. The creators draw on the mountain of knowledge within the BBC garden TV and Radio division to make sure you have all you need to succeed in the garden. The magazine’s mantra is ‘advice you can trust’, it prides itself on being honest and informative for any green fingered reader.
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This magazine is a must-read for any fan of gardening, with features such as ‘how to prune fruit bushes’ and ‘how to save pounds on plants’, readers can sit back and relax with Gardeners' World magazine and get the very best gardening tips from people in the know.
There is a strong possibility that Alan Titchmarch might pop up from time to time in this magazine, so if you are a fan this is a great opportunity to steal some great gardening tips from the grinning gardening guru himself.
The helpful Q&A sections should hopefully answer all your garden queries as well as give some insight into what other readers are experiencing in their own gardens. From sections on how get rid of unwanted pests to sections on the best fertilisers this magazine tries to answer as many of your pressing problems as possible.
This magazine provides an array of useful gardening nuggets of information that really could save you time and money; any gardening fan will love this magazine. Gardeners' World is released every month so you never have to wait long for your next instalment and the best features on gardening. The magazine likes to get readers involved with the magazine as much as possible as well as the BBC programs on gardening. There are always sections on how to get in touch and how to become part of the BBC gardening community, the creators put a great deal of emphasis on how the magazine belongs to the readers and it always likes to hear your feedback.