From blueberries to bush foods, roses to perennials, the May issue has you covered, whatever your gardening passion. And if you are really a passionate gardener, think about entering the Gardener of the Year competition, which kicks off this month.

How to buy a rose
Bare-rooted and dormant, or in full leaf and flower? Grafted or growing on its own roots? Roses come in different guises, but what does it mean and does it change how you care for them?

Plump blueberries
They’re healthy and delicious, but expensive to buy, so why not plant some bushes at home? They thrive in cold areas and many warm coastal areas, too, thanks to low-chill varieties. Check out five of the best varieties for home gardens, and tips for a top crop.

Home-grown kale
This leafy vegie should be on every gardener’s hit list. It’s dead easy to grow, and can be used in everything from juices to stir-fries to pies or quiches. One cup of chopped kale has more vitamin C than a medium orange. Eat up!

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