The Garden magazine

Each month The Garden magazine, available digitally or as a paper version, contains an exciting selection of features for all RHS members, whatever their gardening interest. Read the latest developments in horticulture, see gardens to visit and discover RHS news such as shows, plant trials and how our charitable work can help people’s lives

June 2024

Inside the issue

Find foxgloves for all tastes, with versatile, bee-friendly flowers and many cultivars available. Discover biodiversity and rare plants flourishing at Cally Gardens, in southwest Scotland. Learn about the complex story that led to new restrictions on the wonderous giant Gunnera. Get four experts recommended plants for sandy soils. Explore summer borders crammed with colourful hardy annuals at Highlands garden in East Sussex.

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Our app is available via the App Store and Google Play and includes a full monthly version of The Garden, plus back issues from 2021 onwards, for members with a MyRHS account linked to their membership, as well as regular RHS updates and a chance to listen to the Gardening with the RHS podcast.

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Features from the magazine

The Garden is dedicated to creating informative, inspiring articles with outstanding photography that will appeal to gardeners at all skill levels. Produced by an enthusiastic, knowledgeable team and expert contributors, and backed by the authority of the RHS, it shares the best in gardening with RHS members every month.

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Enjoy The Garden magazine, available digitally or as a paper version, full of exclusive advice, ideas and help to get you growing at home.

Recent issues in 2024

Highlights from the back issues

Immerse yourself in the world of gardening with a look back at horticultural developments, fascinating gardens, news, ideas from our shows, findings from plant trials, as well as a celebration of all things RHS.

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The Royal Horticultural Society is the UK’s leading gardening charity. We aim to enrich everyone’s life through plants, and make the UK a greener and more beautiful place.