Garden Maintenance Supplies

9 Fruit cages

We select 9 different fruit cages that provide a made-to-measure solution to protect your fruit and vegetables. 

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9 fruit cages

We select 9 different fruit cages that provide a made-to-measure solution to protect your fruit and vegetables. 

Attractive designs that will add character to your garden as well as protecting your fruit and vegetables. 

 

 

 

 

SEASONED OAK

Oak fruit cage, from £8,000-£9,000,

Sellick & Saxton,
sellickandsaxton.com

 

 

 

 

Join the debate on the future of landscape design: 5-20 September 2015

Be part of the international cultural gathering, held in the historic Italian city of Bergamo, to celebrate natural landscapes and how we can use garden design, architecture, ecology, art and education to better connect to our environments

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International Meeting of the Landscape and Garden, c.Leonardo Tagliabue

Be part of the international cultural gathering, held in the historic Italian city of Bergamo, to celebrate natural landscapes and how we can use garden design, architecture, ecology, art and education to better connect to our environments

 

 

 

 

 

 

9 Outdoor ovens

Whether you want to cook pizza, bake bread, grill vegetables or barbeque meat, an outdoor oven is a perfect way to enhance your al fresco dining experience this summer. 

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Outdoor ovens

Whether you want to cook pizza, bake bread, grill vegetables or barbeque meat, an outdoor oven is a perfect way to enhance your al fresco dining experience this summer. 

A perfect way to enhance your al fresco dining experience this summer

 

 

COMPACT

Earthfire ceramic pizza oven, £249,
Grenadier

grenadier.co.uk

 

 

 

 

 

15% off RHS Chelsea designers' plants

From Dan Pearson's naturalised Chatsworth landscape to Marcus Barnett's Mondrian-inspired colour blocks, find yourself some star plants from these award-winning gardens at Chelsea Flower Show 2015. Online plant retailer Crocus is offering readers a 15% discount on plants.

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15% off at Crocus

From Dan Pearson's naturalised Chatsworth landscape to Marcus Barnett's Mondrian-inspired colour blocks, find yourself some star plants from these award-winning gardens at Chelsea Flower Show 2015. Online plant retailer Crocus is offering readers a 15% discount on plants.

Top designers Dan Pearson and Marcus Barnett have created stunning planting schemes for their gold award-winning gardens at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2015. Dan's for Laurent Perrier, full of gorgeous garden specimens and more naturalised plants, and Marcus for The Telegraph with his Mondrian-style blocks of colour. Online plant retailer Crocus, who landscaped Dan's and Marcus's gardens and provided the plants, has put together collections that include some of the star plants used.

Gardens Illustrated Talk 2015

We are delighted to announce the speakers for the 2015 Gardens Illustrated Talk on Tuesday 19 May at the Royal Geographical Society, London. Three generations of garden designers, Penelope Hobhouse, Jinny Blom and Sarah Price, will discuss their own experiences of working in garden design.

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RGS GI Talk 2015 with Penelope Hobhouse, Jinny Blom and Sarah Price

We are delighted to announce the speakers for the 2015 Gardens Illustrated Talk on Tuesday 19 May at the Royal Geographical Society, London. Three generations of garden designers, Penelope Hobhouse, Jinny Blom and Sarah Price, will discuss their own experiences of working in garden design.

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9 potting benches

Whether you want to add style or space to the potting shed, our Design Sourcebook picks out nine workstations to help improve your planting process.

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Metal-topped potting bench. Cox & Cox

Whether you want to add style or space to the potting shed, our Design Sourcebook picks out nine workstations to help improve your planting process.

Make better use of small spaces and bring order to sowing, potting on and transplanting with one of these workstations. 

FREE postage pelargonium offer from Sarah Raven

Take advantage of this offer from Sarah Raven on two of her carefully selected pelargonium collections, giving you free postage and packing worth £4.95*.

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Pelargonium offer from Sarah Raven

Take advantage of this offer from Sarah Raven on two of her carefully selected pelargonium collections, giving you free postage and packing worth £4.95*.

“Pelargoniums are durable, beautiful and easy. They make some of the best-ever summer pot and garden plants. Kept frost-free, plants will come back year after year, looking bigger and better each time and you can propagate from them, too,” says Sarah.

Order your collection and get free p&p worth £4.95

The collections on offer include:

Gorgeous gypsophila display

Head gardener Matthew Reese creates an easy display for a pot that will take your breath away using the pink form of the dainty flowered Gypsophila

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Pot display for early season Gypsophila elegans ‘Kermesina’

Head gardener Matthew Reese creates an easy display for a pot that will take your breath away using the pink form of the dainty flowered Gypsophila

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12 favourite narcissus

Thierry Dronet, owner and gardener at Berchigranges garden in the Vosges mountains of northeast France, is infatuated with narcissus. Find out what his 12 recommended varieties are that will bring your garden to life in spring.

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Narcissus at Berchigranges. c. Sabrina Rothe

Thierry Dronet, owner and gardener at Berchigranges garden in the Vosges mountains of northeast France, is infatuated with narcissus. Find out what his 12 recommended varieties are that will bring your garden to life in spring.

“When I first saw how the wild daffodils," says Thierry Dronet of Le Jardin de Berchigranges, "particularly the species daffodil Narcissus jonquilla, transformed the meadows here in the mountains into a sea of yellow petals, I knew I wanted to have lots and lots of them in our garden,” he says.

Design Solutions: Topiary

If box balls and bay pyramids are all that spring to mind when you think of topiary, then it’s high time to sharpen your shears and think again. Here are some ideas to encourage some creative gardening 

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Topiary c. Jason Ingram

If box balls and bay pyramids are all that spring to mind when you think of topiary, then it’s high time to sharpen your shears and think again. Here are some ideas to encourage some creative gardening 

1 The extraordinary gardens at Château de Marqueyssac take the art of topiary to new heights. Situated high on a hilltop overlooking the Dordogne valley, the garden contains more than 150,000 hand-pruned Buxus sempervirens shrubs, spread over 11 acres of terrace gardens.

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