Anyone can have a beautiful garden regardless of the conditions they have to work with and 101 Plants for Problem Places shows you how. You'll soon find the best plants and shrubs for every corner of your outside space. Including damp shade, dry shade, heavy clay, hot and dry, windy and exposed, and stony and chalky, there are plenty of ideas for all locations.
When it comes to fresh vegetables, nothing comes close to growing your own - but where to start? For those of us that crave the crisp taste of home-grown tomatoes, peppers, courgettes and more but lack the crucial experience and know-how, it can be difficult to make those first steps to transform a barren patch into a luscious kitchen garden - even for experienced gardeners, the move from decorative gardening to practical vegetable growing can prove tricky.
Nothing beats the flavour of home-grown produce, the reassurance of knowing what is in your food. This title offers various tips on how to get started if you've never grown fruit or veg before. It suggests some fun and practical ways you can grow your favourite crops in your small space, and explains you how to get the best from what you grow.
Sit back and relax with an hour of armchair gardening as Gardeners' World Magazine joins forces with Monty Don and the Gardeners' World programme to bring you this exclusive behind-the-scenes tour of TV's most famous garden - Berryfields.
Growing vegetables can be a tricky business, and even the most experienced of gardeners will occasionally need to turn to a trusted tome for some handy advice. The Veg Grower's Almanac is just such a book - a compendium of month-by-month tips, advice and items of interest. With sage advice from old Gardeners' World hands coupled with tips on the best varieties to grow and timely advice on how best to look after your plot, this attractive collection blends practical advice with evocative writing and fascinating facts.