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BBC Gardeners' World November 2018

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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UK and European gardens cruise Due to exceptional demand we’re offering readers another opportunity to explore the stunning coastal scenery of Britain, as well as glorious gardens in Ireland, the Isles of Scilly and France. See page 78 for more details. Plastics debate Monty explains his crusade against plastics in our exclusive video at bit.ly/monty-plastic. Cut your own plastics use with help from the BBC at bit.ly/plastics-action Bulbs bonanza We’re at peak bulb planting, so to make the most of them, get a copy of our new, 132-page Complete Guide to Bulbs. We’ll send it to you for just £7.99 incl. p&p, by ordering at magsdirect.co.uk/GWbulbs18 Plant tips on demand We’ve expanded the Plant Finder tool on our website to give you…

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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 9.30-5.30 ■…

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Don’t miss your FREE 2019 calendar with our December issue, out 22 November Stand by to travel the world in this issue, as we celebrate the creativity of our readers in the 2018 Gardens of the Year Competition. From the heat of Jamaica, and lushness of the tropics, to a colour-soaked, Marrakech-style courtyard, you’ll find amazing spaces, created with determination, perfectionism and a whole lot of love!We enjoyed reading the hundreds of entries, telling us how your gardens were made – for pleasure, sharing, healing… With huge difficulty, we whittled it down to just 11 finalists to put before our panel of judges: Alan Titchmarsh, Diarmuid Gavin and Kate Gould. Years of showing, watching and judging at Chelsea Flower Show have honed their instincts for a great garden…

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we love november for autumn’s bonfire glow

STAR OF THE MONTH Euonymus alatus One wet and rainy autumn a few years ago I went to give a talk in Vancouver, Canada. As I arrived at the venue the sun suddenly broke through and I realised that I was surrounded by a glorious crowd of Euonymus alatus. Flocks of fire bushes dressed up in their autumnal finest – the colour is of a deeply bashful blush, apples fit for princesses and freshly kissed lips. I continued up the steps with a spring in my step and joy in my heart. Since then I have planted lots of them in the hope that someone else will be equally enchanted. Needs some sunshine for the best colour. Fruits are a remarkable pink with orange seeds. Prune in late…

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expert's choice pennisetum

P. thunbergii ‘Red Buttons’ Bright-red bunny tails, fading to biscuit brown, are carried above glossy-green foliage. FJuly-Oct H x S 90cm x 90cm P. alopecuroides ‘Little Bunny’ Neat and compact with narrow foliage and greenish-cream flowers on arching stems. FAug-Nov H x S 45cm x 45cm Pennisetum villosum Greyish leaves with fluffy flowerheads. Less hardy than some, but superb in a pot. FJul-Oct H x S 60cm x 60cm P. alopecuroides ‘Hameln’ Especially free-flowering, with soft, pink-tinted white flowerheads. Flowers July-Sept H x S 120cm x 100cm P. x advena ‘Rubrum’ Red foliage and arching, reddish-purple flowers. Not hardy, but great in a sheltered pot. FJuly-Nov H x S 150cm x 100cm We all get confused about grasses. We know the difference between a dahlia and a chrysanthemum…