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This magazine is one of Britain's best-selling gardening magazines, providing you with a bunch of handy tips and tricks to use in your own space. If you struggle to find the inspiration to create your very own garden paradise, then you'll love the range of detailed feature pieces and behind-the-scenes trips into some of the most well-designed gardens in the world.
You'll also find dozens of interviews with leading green-fingered professionals, including the BBC's own Monty Don,and television favourite Alan Titchmarsh, as well as a range of easy-to-follow how-to guides to help you bring your garden to life.
A subscription to BBC Gardeners’ World magazine is just what any gardening enthusiast needs in their life. It contains everything that you love about the television show, but in a glossy magazine that arrives directly to your door, every month!
It’s the only magazine that features advice from the world’s biggest gardening experts, such as Monty Don, Alan Titchmarsh and Carol Klein and that’s why BBC Gardeners’ World is Britain’s best-selling gardening magazine.
As a subscriber not only will you get the fantastic content inside every issue – practical gardening tips, inspiration from the most beautiful gardens around the world, design ideas and insightful features – but you’ll also get added extras, such as membership to the Gardeners’ World Subscriber Club, special subscriber editions, a quarterly newsletter and subscriber-only offers.
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It’s funny – I don’t profess to being an expert in the garden, and that’s the best way to garden… always learning, always finding out more about the soil beneath our feet. I like magazines like BBC Gardeners’ World because there is always something else to learn, something else to take inspiration from. The garden offers us the ability to diversify between vegetables, flowers, architectural design and more, and as a magazine it embraces all of those areas, offering great advice on how to perfect a look or crop or idea.