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Inside our 21st issue, you can expect the usual range of quality coverage, sprinkled with a little Christmas magic as,

  • Lizzie Schofield, presenter on ‘Beechgrove’, shows us how to make a home-made wreath
  • Scott Galloway dives into the lore behind holly
  • Dina Watt cooks up a storm with Brussel sprouts
  • we give you the top tips for finding and roasting chestnuts on an open fire
  • be inspired in your winter garden with colour splashes of dogwood and winter-flowering clematis
  • Karen Stewart-Russell advises on automated heating in the greenhouse in the cold season
  • Eli Appleby-Donald’s lists jobs which you could overtake this winter to get ahead of the game for next year 
  • Janice Clyne forages for Sea buckthorn
  • Kate Reynolds finishes her design series on tackling problem areas in your garden with some practical plans for gardening on a windy site
  • Lynn Hill explains what to expect from working with a professional garden designer
  • and Laura Frances investigates garden waste collection charges across Scotland.

All this, plus a cosy nosey round not one, but two, readers’ gardens which couldn’t be more different in size. 

Get ready to snuggle up with this issue indoors if the weather prevents you from getting outside and read about the benefits of houseplants, Jordan Trainer’s top cactus picks, and be inspired to set yourself some new year gardening resolutions for 2024. 

Wishing you all the very best of the festive season, happy gardening!

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