Gallery: There's no need for your fruit and veg to go to waste; we've chosen these items that offer clever ways to help preseve and store your havest.
We all want our gardens to provide interest for as long as possible, but some plants are more obliging than others. Nurserywoman Derry Watkins selects the plants that are willing to go that extra mile.
We are delighted to announce that our new online Gardens Illustrated Shop is now up and running. Find out more about the gorgeous practical products we have for the discerning gardener.
Do you always need to sacrifice style to create space for children to play? Not if you use the right plants and a little child-like imagination. Designer Sarah Price gives ideas that celebrate play in the garden.
We are delighted to offer readers of Gardens Illustrated a second oppertunity to attend a special tour of the glorious gardens at Highgrove, the private home of TRH The Prince of Wales and The Duchess of Cornwall: Tuesday, 1 September 2015.
Test your gardening knowledge in our GARDENS ILLUSTRATED quiz. Each week you'll be asked to identify a seasonal plant, plus answer other questions about it. Once you've completed the five questions about this particular plant, we'll give you details about how to grow it successfully in your garden. There's no prize but we hope that throughout the year it's a fun way to learn more about a whole host of garden plants.
We've picked out some of the many traditions associated with Michaelmas Day, which falls on 29 September and marks the fourth quarter of the year; a bountiful time in the vegetable garden pertinent for feasting and fun.