Subscribe to your favourite gardening magazine this Christmas and you'll get regular help and advice on how to get the most out of your garden for just £6 for six issues.
Whether you're looking for the perfect Christmas gift for the gardening fan in your life, or you simply want to treat yourself this festive season, a subscription to Amateur Gardening means you'll never be short of ideas for your plot.
Amateur Gardening is the world’s oldest and most practical gardening magazine, offering a weekly fix of unrivalled practical advice. Every issue our team of experts provide the best advice on what you should be doing in the garden that week, all written in plain English with clear step-by-step photographs.
Whether you want beautiful looking flowerbeds, the healthiest lawn or you want to make sure you get the very best from your vegetable patch, then Amateur Gardening is your one-stop-shop for the best advice.
And if it's planting tips you're after, Amateur Gardening’s plant profile feature stories explain everything you need to know about specific species, which are best for sun, shade and soil type. It will also show you the best varieties to grow and help you make the right choice.
So why not snap up this amazing Christmas subscription deal and treat yourself or a loved one to a brilliant weekly read packed with all the gardening advice and inspiration you could need? Subscribe to Amateur Gardening today for the special price of just £6 for six issues – that's an incredible saving of 49% on the standard cover price. It's too good a deal to miss!
7 reasons to subscribe to Amateur Gardening magazine
- It’s packed with practical information and step-by-step guides to help make you a better gardener.
- Its experts are qualified horticulturalists with unrivalled expertise.
- Most weekly issues come with a free pack of seeds (UK subscribers only) worth at least £2, so you don’t even have to buy seeds!
- It has the most authoritative information on the best plants to buy.
- It has an interactive Q&A section that will actually answer your personal gardening question on the day that you send it in (by email). No other magazine does that.
- Become part of our friendly gardening community where experts and readers alike are keen to help and share experiences through the pages of the magazine.
- Never miss an issue as every copy of your magazine will be delivered direct to your door.
Subscribe to Amateur Gardening
Take out a subscription to Amateur Gardening today and you'll receive six issues for just £6, an amazing saving of 49%.
Packed with practical, in-depth advice, it's the perfect gift for anyone who is passionate about gardening and wants ideas and tips on how to make the most of their garden.
A subscription is the best way to ensure you don't miss out on any of this expert gardening content.
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Garry has been the editor of the world’s oldest gardening magazine for the last four years, delivering weekly practical content to a vast audience of garden enthusiasts of all abilities. There is always something to do in the garden, even in the depths of winter, and most of his time out of work hours is devoted to improving his own garden. His passions are growing potatoes in borders and containers, fighting a constant battle to keep his various climbing roses pest-free, making the best home-made compost and more recently creating a rock garden. In the last year he's also planted an ornamental cherry and transplanted six copper beeches to a better site.
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