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In the 30 June issue of Amateur Gardening magazine

FREE SEEDS WORTH £2.19Border perennial Echinacea purpurea

HAMPTON COURT PALACE FLOWER SHOW PREVIEW

NEWS FLASH:
HOSE BANS LIFTED BY THREE WATER BOARDS
UK ASH TREES THREATENED BY DEADLY FUNGAL DISEASE

2 FREE DWARF BUDLEJA ‘BUZZ’ PLANTS FOR EVERY READER!

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Practical
Make garden features of gabion baskets
Build gravel garden steps… step-by-step!
Advice on sowing biennial flowering plants
How to make and maintain borders of ornamental grass
Safety tips on handling poisonous plants
Jo Whittingham on growing great courgettes

Features
Preview of the Hampton Court Palace Flower Show
The best garden varieties of Philadelphus and how to grow them

Star Writers
Charles Dowding on harvesting garlic; Anne Swithinbank plans to start a collection of pelargoniums; Peter Seabrook on the savings to be made by growing fruit & veg; Bob Flowerdew offers advice on picking crops at the right time; and Toby Buckland has tips on keeping hanging baskets looking good.

Regulars
Four drip watering systems are Tried & Tested
We visit a Cirencester couple who are crazy about daylilies
PLUS Your questions answered by our experts; Readers’ letters; great offers on flowering perennials and shrubs, and much more.

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