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In this issue

Colourful spires of Beauty
Loved by wildlife, lupins are back in fashion.

Step-by-step: Create an alpine container in gritty compost.

Magnolias: Why they are perfect for any size of garden.

A pot for every season

Refresh and plant anew to fill the 'colour gap.

A pot for every season

4 mins

Dropping peat is not the answer

Use peat until a good alternative is found, says Bunny Guinness

Dropping peat is not the answer

3 mins

AG's peat-free compost test: Part 3

Overall growth is more even and plants are bushing out after a patchy start

AG's peat-free compost test: Part 3

2 mins

What to do with sweet peas

Sow more and care for seedlings

What to do with sweet peas

2 mins

The garden's dark star

'Velvet Queen' is a statuesque beauty

The garden's dark star

2 mins

It's a kind of magic

Bob reveals a few plant ‘tricks' to impress children

It's a kind of magic

2 mins

On the decline

Val is shocked to discover that gipsy rose is on the red list

On the decline

3 mins

Focus on... Summer lettuce

Lettuces are the foundation of summer salads — and, with careful sowing, spring, autumn and winter salads, too! Lucy explains how to boost your salad self-sufficiency

Focus on... Summer lettuce

7 mins

Towers of colour

Sow or plant mulleins in spring for glorious spires of summer flowers that add vertical accents to the border and provide nectar for bees

Towers of colour

7 mins

Luscious lilies

Beautiful and hardy, lilies are flowers of mystery and legend. Camilla Phelps explains how you're spoilt for choice when it comes to finding the right lily for your garden

Luscious lilies

7 mins

This week... lupins

If you want height and colour in your garden, grow lupins

This week... lupins

5 mins

Magnolias for every garden

Christopher Lloyd explains why every garden should have a magnolia

Magnolias for every garden

6 mins

Dragon tree dilemma

Anne Swithinbank's masterclass on: Pruning Pruning a dracaena

Dragon tree dilemma

3 mins

Just desserts

Look after your rhubarb and you'll be rewarded with lots of luscious stalks for plenty of summer puds, says Toby

Just desserts

2 mins

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Amateur Gardening Magazine Description:

PublisherFuture

CategoryGardening

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyWeekly

Every week, Amateur Gardening is the first choice for both beginners and knowledgeable gardeners looking for advice and easy-to-follow practical features on growing flowers, trees, shrubs as well as fruit and vegetables. Be inspired, by our beautifully illustrated features covering plant and flower groups, both home grown and exotic, and take a sneak peek into some of the most beautiful private gardens around the country. Plus, every week we feature expert opinion and tips from some of gardening’s most influential exponents including Toby Buckland, Bob Flowerdew, Anne Swithinbank, Peter Seabrook and Jo Whittingham.

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