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BBC Gardeners' World January 2019

Gardeners' World Magazine is the authoritative voice in gardening, the clear market-leader since it launched in 1991. The award-winning editorial includes topical, practical advice in the readers' favourite 'what to do now' section, and regular contributions and features from the top names in BBC gardening. Packed with fresh ideas and clear advice - the innovative approach offers creative, practical and problem-solving solutions to all keen gardeners.

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Year-round bulbs Spring bulbs will burst into life shortly but you can grow bulbs all year. Read more in our special guide. Get yours for £5.99 incl. postage – a £1 saving just for subscribers – by going to bit.ly/GWbulbs Small space ideas Give your garden a new look with the help of our 132-page guide to small spaces, which is packed with projects and inspiration. Get your copy for just £6.99 incl. postage direct from bit.ly/GWspace Highgrove festival We’ve teamed up with Highgrove, home to HRH The Prince of Wales, for the Talking Gardens Festival this April. See our stellar line-up of experts on page 23. Alan’s video guide If you’re impatient to get growing veg, start with spuds! Turn to…

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SUBSCRIPTIONS – 03330 162123 Including new subscription orders or queries, missing covermount gifts and magazine slipcase orders. Email gardeners.world@buysubscriptions.com  Phone line open Mon-Fri 8am-6pm, Sat 9am-1pm. GARDENERS’ WORLD OFFERS – 020 7150 5780 Email offers@gardenersworld.com MAGAZINE EDITORIAL – 020 7150 5770 Email magazine@gardenersworld.com  or letters for publication to: letters@gardenersworld.com. Phone line open in office hours, Mon-Fri 9.30am-5.30pm. ■…

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Like so many of you, I start every new year with intentions to eat healthier. This year, helping birds to do the same is on my list of resolutions. Gardeners can be their lifeline in midwinter, with icy nights and a shortage of natural foods stacked against them. So our actions on this really matter.We spend, as a nation, £297m a year on bird food – that’s a mind-boggling £813,698 a day! We set out to gauge whether we were getting all we expected from our bird food, and whether pricier feeds were worth the money. The results? Well, read more, in our special birds section from page 74, but, in short, there’s some shockingly low-grade feed for sale. Dog biscuits anyone? No, I didn’t expect that either.Only…

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we love january for frosted tips, berries and bark

STAR OF THE MONTH Inula magnifica ‘Sonnenstrahl’ Sonnenstrahl means ‘sunbeam’ in German. It may be that when looking out of the window on a January day on the hunt for sunbeams, you are disappointed as everything is unremittingly grey. All I can say is that you must sit tight and before you know it there will be sunbeams dancing on every surface, the light will come flooding back, the days of sniffles and extra jumpers will be far behind us, and this plant will be covered in the cheeriest yellow flowers you could ever imagine. In the meantime, it makes, I am sure you will agree, a very handsome seedhead. Happy in a bit of shade with good soil. Sow seed in a cold frame and divide in…

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expert’s choice mahonia

M. aquifolium ‘Apollo’ Small and bushy with clusters of yellow flowers and blue-black berries. Flowers Mar-Apr Height x Spread 1m x 1.5m M. x media ‘Charity’ Has bold 60cm leaves and elegant arches of dainty blooms. Can reach 3m high, but takes a while. FNov-Mar H x S3m x 3m M. eurybracteata ‘Soft Caress’ A smaller type with slender foliage and flowers that may open as early as August. Good in pots. FAug-Oct H x S1m x 1m M. x media ‘Lionel Fortescue’ Smaller, neatly angled leaflets in very long pairings; the flowers are held in a ring of upright spikes. FJan-Feb H x S 3m x 3m M. x media ‘Winter Sun’ Flowering concentrated in winter; the tightly packed flower spikes are held vertically, making a golden crown.…