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Get your sunglasses at the ready: this month’s magazine is full of colourful ideas to perk up your garden! From eye-popping plant combinations to dazzling dahlias and clematis, a red and purple planting scheme and rainbow vegetables, there’s a full kaleidoscope of inspiration to be had. Don’t miss our vibrant ‘colour pop’ garden design, it’s a celebration of orange and pink!  

IN THIS ISSUE

Must-have plants for carefree colour Take a bold and adventurous approach to ‘difficult’ colours for borders that shine

Dare to dazzle with dahlias From blowsy cactus and waterlily types to singles and tight little pompoms, dahlias can’t be beaten for colour choice and shape

Grow a vibrant viticella These good-natured climbers are ideal for small gardens, hiding fences with masses of flowers

Discover nature’s paintbox  Welcome colourful wildlife into your garden. They’ll bring dazzling hues and the buzz of biodiversity

Grow a rainbow in the veg patch Colourful fruit and veg are key to a healthy diet. Here’s our pick of the crops to grow at home

Create a colour pop garden. Introduce colour with flowers, foliage and a pink wall

SHOPPING ADVICE: Beat drought with automatic watering Make sure plants don’t go thirsty, with an irrigation system

PLANT OFFERS: Grow clematis ‘Little Lemons’ This dainty climber is ideal for pots • Stunning 3-litre shrubs Buy 3 for £30 or 6 for £48 • Save money on Chelsea plants Buy 2019 winner, sedum ‘Atlantis’

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