Subtitle The month-by-month guide to your best ever gardening year

Zia Allaway
Price $20.00 / £14.99
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“A gardening book you shouldn’t be without” – The Independent
From the world’s leading authority on gardening, the Royal Horticultural Society bring you the essential companion to 2025. Beautifully illustrated throughout in full-colour, including artworks by Angie Lewin, photographs and advice from RHS experts and Chief Horticulturist Guy Barter.

From the renowned Royal Horticultural Society, this glorious almanac provides all-new content for 2025. It is packed full of advice on what to grow, wildlife to watch out for and how to get the most of your garden in a sustainable way. With plenty of ideas and projects, it is illustrated throughout with photographs, botanical illustrations and beautiful artworks from much-loved artist Angie Lewin.

Each month you will discover:

  • Tables of information about sunrise, sunset, moonrise and rainfall;
  • A complete task list for each month;
  • Money-saving tips;
  • Weekend projects, including how to make an airplant chandelier, a bathtub bog garden and a wildlife windowbox;
  • Pests, diseases and weeds to look out for; 
  • Gut-loving recipes using your garden produce;
  • Ideas for enjoying nature and appreciating the changing seasons;
  • Profiles on horticultural heroes, such as Capability Brown and Vita Sackville-West; 
  • And plenty more! 

A rich and charming guide to the seasons, this book provides tools, advice, inspiration and things to do for every month of the year. The perfect gift for gardeners and an invaluable way to help plan the year ahead for a flourishing garden in 2025.

Format Hardcover Book 240 Pages
ISBN 9780711293977
Size5.91 in x 7.87 in / 150.00 mm x 200.00 mm
Published Date September 5th, 2024
The Royal Horticultural Society was founded in 1804 and has established itself as the UK's leading gardening charity, with the aim of inspiring passion and excellence in the science, art and practice of horticulture. The world-famous RHS Lindley Library holds unique collections of early printed books on gardening, botanical art and photographs.
Zia Allaway

Zia Allaway is an author, editor, journalist and horticulturist. She writes for magazines and national newspapers on all aspects of gardening and garden design, and has written many practical gardening books, including Eco-Gardening, Compost, The Low Maintenance Garden, Small Gardens, Shady Gardens, the RHS Your Wellbeing Garden and the RHS Practical House Plant Book. Zia has also edited books for Frances Lincoln such as the award-winning New Wild Garden by Ian Hodgson and New Vegetable Garden Techniques by Joyce Russell.

Angie Lewin
Angie Lewin studied fine art at the Central School of Art and has since become a highly regarded artist and printmaker. She has published two books: Angie Lewin: Plants and Places (Merrell, 2010) and The Book of Pebbles (Thames & Hudson, 2020).
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