Lesley Upton

Lesley Upton
Amateur Gardening cover sept 7 2019 for web

In Amateur Garden 7 September 2019 free seeds worth £2.35 plus six of the best crocuses, grow your own cut flowers, how to deter pests, plants for dramatic foliage, jobs…

Cover June 29 Amateur Gardening for web

What’s in this issue Free seeds worth £2.50, plus: Jobs for this week Summer pests and diseases Ruth looks at the main problems and how to beat them All about…

Amateur Gardening 25 May 2019 for web

Amateur Gardening 25 May 2019 Free ‘wildlife-attracting annuals’ seeds worth £3.05 PLUS   Jobs for this week Plant up herbs and bank holiday jobs Ruth’s plans for her three-day weekend…

Amateur Gardening 6 October 2018 cover

In Amateur Gardening 6 October 2018 we have free seeds worth £2.29, plus 9 new bulbs for spring, 5 top asters to grow and news about plastic pots that you

Amateur Gardening cover 22 Sept 2018 for web

In Amateur Gardening 22 September 2018 we have free seeds worth £2.29, plus top perennials for blazing borders and compact climbers for small spaces

Amateur Gardening cover Aug 25 2018 for web

In Amateur Gardening 25 August 2018 we have free seeds worth £2.05, plus jobs to do during the bank holiday, 9 of the best shrubs and money-saving tips

Amateur Gardening 18 August 2018 cover for web

In Amateur Gardening 18 August 2018 – free seeds worth £2.05, plus top tips for summer, six of the best hexes, how to create your own potager

Amateur Gardening 11 August 2018 cover for web

In Amateur Gardening 11 August 2018 free seeds worth £2.29, plus growing asters, how to prune roses and the ultimate guide to deadheading

Amateur Gardening Aug 4 2018 cover

In Amateur Gardening 4 August 2018, free seeds worth £2.29, plus great ways to make blooms last longer, hot-weather advice, take cuttings from pinks

ETBT1G Foxgloves in a cottage garden. Path leading to hut.

  There’s so much to celebrate about footloose and fancy-free self-seeders. These plants are annuals, biennials or perennials that simply scatter copious amounts of seed. For this reason, they pop…