Gardens Illustrated
January's Gardens Illustrated

Inside Gardens Illustrated magazine – January 2021

Published: January 5, 2021 at 12:40 pm

Discover what's inside this month's issue of Gardens Illustrated

It's a new year and with it comes the new issue of Gardens Illustrated.


We kick-start your brighter, better 2021 with 100 beautiful (and useful) plants that can bring eco success to every garden. Five leading gardeners – whose gardens have sustainability at their core – pick robust, adaptable plants to protect your soil, lock up carbon and provide food and shelter for wildlife. There're 100 to choose from so dig deep!

Plus we feature the work of Margaret MacLennan who propagates countless snowdrops each year, unflinchingly slicing through bulbs many of which are valued at £1000 each. Don't miss her practical guide to propagating Galanthus at home.

And with these being the start of a new year we look forward with our guide to design trends for the year ahead, including plants that do double-duty, the continuing popularity of edibles and reusing our plastic rather than simply adding to it.

There’s all this and the gorgeous garden features we're famous for, all to be inspired by in this month’s magazine.

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Daniel GriffithsDigital Editor

Daniel Griffiths is a veteran journalist who has worked on some of the biggest home and entertainment brands in the world. He is a serial house-renovator and home improvement expert, taking on everything from interior design and DIY to landscape gardening and garden design.


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