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Designers Guild
Design

With the change of seasons in mind and an urge to reflect horticultural passions in our homes as the nights draw in, we've picked some of our favourite floral-inspired designs from the Designers Guild - and set up a 10% discount for readers too... 

Unusual vegetables to grow in your garden
Plants

Mix things up in your vegetable garden and try growing a few unusual varieties among your traditional crops. Jojo Tulloh recommends a few of her favourites. 

Take a look inside the November issue
Gardens

The November issue goes on sale on Thursday. This month; late season plants for colour and form, inspiration for indoor containers and how to plan for your spring tulip displays. 

Riverford Autumn and Winter Veg
Plants

Enter our competition to win one of 20 copies of Riverford Organic's cook book focusing on seasonal, autumnal veg

Pomona Fruits 20% off apple trees

One of the best-loved fruits, apples are probably the easiest tree fruits to grow and very popular with gardeners. Garden fruit specialist Pomona Fruits is offering readers a 20 per cent discount on a selection of cultivars. Offer ends 31 December 2017.

Woottens of Wenhaston pelargonium offer
Plants

Enjoy your own collection with these offers from pelargonium expert Woottens of Wenhaston. As summer draws to a close you can bring your plants indoors to protect them from frost and enjoy them all year round. Offer closes 31 October 2017.

Plantsman's favourites October
Plants

Head gardener Mat Reese fills his borders with long-flowering plants, clean whites and autumn foliage so there is still colour in the garden as the season winds down. Here are his favourite plants for October. Photos by Jason Ingram. 

Cobnut and mulberry granola

Jojo Tulloh makes the most of October's nut crops in this recipe for cobnut and mulberry granola. 

9 of the best rakes
Design

We choose nine of the most practical rakes to help keep your garden spick and span. 

Species pelargoniums
Plants

Plantsman John Hoyland recommends the best species and primary hybrid pelargoniums - with gorgeous pics taken by photographer Diana Jazwinski. 

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