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In the latest issue: Plants that thrive all year round, lilies you’ll love and start off your chilli crop.
Garden News is a lovely weekly mag that is perfect for those of you who enjoy nothing more than pottering around in the garden, Garden News is a publication full of the very latest news and practical advice.
Each issue brings you all the garden related news from across the UK, covering both public gardens and your gardens at home.. It also offers great ideas and inspiration for your garden with a ‘what to do this week’ section, has ideas for greenhouse and allotment growing, features great advice from expert gardeners, tests garden equipment and products such as tools. It even offers a free packet or two of seeds more often than not!
Buy a single copy of GARDEN NEWS or a subscription of your desired length, delivered worldwide. Current issues sent same day up to 3pm! All magazines sent by 1st Class Mail UK & by Airmail worldwide (bar UK over 750g which may go 2nd Class).
Being an experienced gardener, as we assume you are if you are interested in picking up a copy of Garden News (if you’re not, then this friendly, practical and well-written weekly is perfect for starting to create your own patch of paradise), you are no doubt well familiar with the classic standard ‘English Country Garden’. This delightful song, set to a jaunty and highly whistle-able tune, recounts the flowers, insects and songbirds that may be found in the typical English garden, showing off an impressive array of well-known names – daffodils, foxgloves, roses, snowdrops, bees, spiders, butterflies, cuckoo, quail, bluebird, robins, thrushes – all of these find they way into at least one version of this fairly malleable song.
We have, as Baldrick might say, a cunning plan. We’re going to win the next Chelsea Flower Show by perfectly and painstakingly recreating a garden faithful to the song in everyway. It will be difficult persuading all the birds to stay, but maybe not impossible…
The song, much like Garden News, sets its heart on an achievable idyll, a little garden of Eden that can be founded in your very own back garden. We love gardening, the British public certainly love gardening, and Garden News serves everyone well as a fantastic resource for all gardeners.