Read our reviews on some of the latest gardening titles. Don't forget we always offer books that have been reviewed in the magazine at a reader discount. This month we have extra special offers on two titles - valid for a limited period only. Gardening Myths and Misconceptions by Charles Dowding, and Digging up Paradise by Sarah Salway.
Here’s a fantastic opportunity to visit one of Italy’s most picturesque locations and indulge in some gardening inspiration at garden show Orticolario 3-5 October 2014.
Aaron Bertelsen is the vegetable gardener-cook at Great Dixter in Sussex. Here he gives us some of his - and Christopher Lloyd's - favourite recipes that make the most of fresh garden produce.
Nurserywoman Derry Watkins highlights Thalictrum delavayi ‘Album’ as the perfect plant for a sense of cool summer freshness. Plus 9 other recommendations of top summer plants and places to visit.
Join Anna Pavord for our reader day at Hotel Endsleigh to learn more about Humphry Repton’s approach to creating the ultimate English country garden and to look at ways that his ideas can be reinterpreted for today's gardens – 14 September 2014
Spend a day with Aaron Bertelsen, Great Dixter’s vegetable gardener, looking at the tradition of the kitchen garden and its 21st-century purpose and appeal. 29 September 2014 sold out. New date added 6 October.
Woottens of Wenhaston are offering a pelargoniums collection at a special price for GARDENS ILLUSTRATED readers.
A skilled gardener offers far more than mere watering and weeding but what, exactly, should you look for? Annie Gatti picks up on some of the main considerations when looking to employ a gardener.
Designer Kristy Ramage plants up a stunning urn with a splash of gorgeous summer flowers. Here's how to recreate the look yourself.