Gardeners' World Christmas Offer

Save on a yearly subscription to BBC Gardeners' World Magazine this Christmas and choose an amazing gardening bundle!


Seeds - part of your premium bundle

When you select the Premium Bundle, you'll receive the 11 varieties of seeds worth £35 below:

  • Cosmos and Lettuce
  • Rudbeckia and Sunflower
  • Carrot and Parsley
  • Tomato and Basil
  • Zinnia and Cornflower
  • Cayenne Pepper

BBC Gardeners' World Magazine

Whether you're a new or experienced gardener, the experts from BBC Gardeners' World Magazine are on hand to help you get the very best from your garden. Every issue includes inspiring features from your favourite TV gardeners including Monty Don, Alan Titchmarsh and Carol Klein, meaning you really will be learning from the very best.

Subscriber Club

When you subscribe, you'll automatically become a Subscriber Club member and receive a whole host of exclusive benefits:

  • Free delivery direct to your door, so you never miss an issue
  • Secret Garden access – a special Subscriber-only area of gardenersworld.com
  • Reward pages and Extras section, with extra content in every copy, plus exclusive money-saving offers, competitions and discounts
  • A 2-for-1 Gardens Entry Card and Guide with the May issue and a calendar with the December issue
  • Subscriber only events and opportunities to meet the magazine's experts
  • BBC Gardeners' World Live extras including ticket savings
  • Free seeds with your monthly copy from February to June 2022 issues

Terms & Conditions

These offers are only open to new UK Direct Debit customers. There are only 1,000 premium bundles available to the first 1,000 subscribers. You will pay £44.99 every 12 issues when subscribing with the Christmas bundle. *When subscribing with the Premium bundle you will pay £59.99 for your first 12 issues, then £44.99 every 12 issues thereafter via Direct Debit. Due to restrictions on moving plants and seeds overseas we regret that we are unable to offer the Premium Bundle to customers in Northern Ireland.