LandScape – Jan/Feb 2018£4.50
The January/February issue of LandScape is full of ways to make the most of this precious, restorative time of year. There’s pages of warming recipes from flaky pastry pies stuffed with rich filling, to an indulgent mug of hot chocolate. There are enough recipes to fill the kitchen with the scent of sweetness and spices for the duration of the cold season.
This is also a perfect time of year for finishing lingering craft projects or beginning new ones. Create a knitted wool hot-water bottle with our lovely pattern; a delicate crochet necklace makes a short project for nimble fingers and children will enjoy getting creative with ice.
PLUS: We plunge into the story of Sir Thomas Tresham, who was so dedicated to his beliefs that a lifetime of persecution could not prevent him working towards his vision, explore the Cotswolds in winter, enter an Art Deco cinema restored to glory and much more!
Garden Answers – January 2018£3.99
In this latest issue:
- Create privacy in a small garden
- Fill your garden with winter flowers keep the season looking fabulous
- Scent-sational! Best viburnums for fragrance
- Discover that trees look good naked!
- How to guides on organising your patch, brighten your winter and give wildlife a home
- Theatrical garden reveals its ‘bare bones’
- Borders burst into life with rivers of snowdrops
- Leafy plot transformed by tapestry of bulbs
Plus much more and includes..
20 FREE perennials for 2018 & 50% off winter flowering shrubs
Cross Stitch Gold- Issue 143£5.99
In this latest issue:
- 11 new designs for 2018
- Create an adorable Cocker Spaniel cushion
- Cats by night- cat fans will adore this purr-fectly magical scene by Vivienne Powers
- Joanne Aston’s sunny secret garden scene
- Wildflower cards elegant flowers for any occasion
- Make a decoration that any creative household will treasure
- Ask the experts for advice and reviews on the latest goodies to buy today
Plus much more,and you chance to win up to £1291 in prizes!
Garden Answers- December 2017£3.99
In this latest issue of Garden answers:
- Making beautiful gardens
- Secrets of the winter gardens, grand effect to create at home
- Enjoy some seasonal magic, planting ideas, festive projects and must-have shopping
- Step by step guide on how to make a wreath
- Cottage garden with frosty views & fragrance
- Picturesque plot filled with colourful bulbs
- Welsh gem with a revamped winter rockery
- The power of red, vibrant plants which catch the eye
Plus much more!!
Also includes FREE Sunflower seeds!
Bird Watching – October 2017£4.40
Our latest magazine issue comes with a FREE Garden Bird Survival Guide! Find out how you can help all the wildlife that visits your garden during the colder months.
Plus, the secretive Long-eared Owl, the world’s best bird reserve, how our Hen Harriers are faring, 10 great birding walks, birdwatching in Stuttgart, why you should watch out for Redwings, rare birds seen in your area and much, much more!
Garden Answers – September 2017£3.99
September is a gorgeous month in the garden. It’s not too hot or too dry, the sun’s still shining most days and if you’ve picked the right plants for late-summer flowers, there’s plenty of colour left to enjoy.
This month we’ve focused on those late-summer lovelies that will fill your borders with colour right to the frosts. Asters, Japanese anemones, late kniphofias, dahlias and sedums are perfect perennials to fire up a tired-looking planting scheme, while summer-long stalwarts such as penstemons and geraniums play a vital back-up role, offering both colour and continuity. Turn to page 14 for more seasonal planting ideas.
I’ve been nibbling away at the lawn again. There never seems to be enough space in my tiny garden, so a large grassy sward seems a bit of a luxury. Not that mine is much of a sward – it’s full of clover, plantain, moss and clumps of purple bugle. The bees love it, and starlings enjoy poking around in the turf for beetles. But if you’d like advice on keeping a more pristine lawn than mine, turn to our Buyer’s Guide to rakes and scarifiers, on page 95.
And if you fancy taking an inspirational break from the weeding this month, where better to visit than Pensthorpe Millennium Garden in Norfolk? I paid a visit several Septembers ago; rain was hammering down and the clouds were thuderous grey. Yet, most impressively, the planting still looked breath-taking, with a fresh luminosity in the weak sunlight. I can heartily recommend it – turn to page 64 and you’ll see why.
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