Dean Powles, plant area manager and buyer at Bampton Garden Plants shows us some stylish, fiery plants to brighten up our gardens this year.
Chris Thorogood – the deputy director and head of science at University of Oxford’s Botanic Garden and Arboretum – discusses the new and exciting things we can expect.
A message from Graven Hill's Managing Director
Graven Hill is the UK’s largest self-build and custom build community. The first-of-its-kind site is based in Bicester and will house up to 1,900 beautiful and unique
Carbon Friendly Holidays
The words summer holiday aren’t eliciting the kind of excitement they usually do, but Manda Tudge has had an interesting few hours finding out about how to plan (future) holidays without busting the carbon budget.
Attractively lush, adrenaline rush
The eastern bank of the Nile between Jinja and Bujagali has developed into a world-class adventure-tourism centre
And the Man Who Created It
There is one American garden designer who started creating a truly inspirational garden in 1907, that is still of relevance to many modern-day gardeners and designers, with the garden he created over 100 years ago visited by 170,000 people per year on average.
A Garsington Garden Studio
Tony and Yolande Wyer’s five-sided garden studio has been what the architects describe as “a godsend” during lockdown.
The latest phase
There has been much ongoing conservation work on the River Thame, coordinated by the River Thame Conservation Trust with support from land and wildlife experts. James Gillies tells us about how this wildlife conservation project has progressed and the aim of its latest phase.
From Recycled Materials
With a focus on caring for the environment and sustainability, Jamie Langlands' ethos on garden design is gaining popularity and winning him prestigious awards.