Gardens Illustrated May 2020

May’s Gardens Illustrated

Discover the latest issue of Gardens Illustrated, packed full of inspiration and planting guidance to get you through May

Planting inspiration comes in the form of four plantsmen’s gardens in the May issue of Gardens Illustrated, from a fabulous plot around a tiny house in Kent to a painterly garden on the Cornish coast, and a modern meadow in California. Plus Matthew Biggs visits a Scottish nursery specialising in alpine plants and head gardener Troy Scott Smith shares his favourite Siberian irises.

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Fritillaria uva-vulpis
© Richard Bloom

You’ll also find three stylish ideas for early summer container displays and all the kit you need to make the most of your garden, plus the best plants for May.

Note! You can still buy the magazine in certain shops and supermarkets. Don’t forget to pick it up on your next visit.

Get a sneak peek of the magazine below, and buy a copy or subscribe here.  

And don’t miss our exclusive offer, where you can buy the next three issues at 15 per cent off what you’d pay in the shops, delivered to your door and without having to set up a direct debit. 

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Discover more about our Special Edition, which offers a guide on the year in the edible garden.