Design

Late summer container combination from Kristy Ramage c.Andrew Montgomery
August 22 2014

Designer Kristy Ramage brings pizzazz to a late summer container combination using plants in lilac tones and a splash of orange. Here's how she did it.

Scented flowers
August 20 2014

Choose scented plants to give your garden extra appeal. Val Bourne picks 26 favourite plants to give you fragrance right through the seasons.

Butterflies and flashbacks c Andrew Montgomery
June 23 2014

Designer Kristy Ramage plants up a stunning urn with a splash of gorgeous summer flowers. Here's how to recreate the look yourself.

Spring scheme for pots c. Andrew Montgomery
February 19 2014

Plant up a pot - designer Kristy Ramage makes the most of spring's early charmers to create a container with the appeal of the woodland edge.

Julia Wylie's Aster explosion pot combination c. Andrew Montgomery
August 20 2013

We asked gardener Julia Wylie to create a planting scheme for a container that said goodbye to summer in style.

Mini meadow c. Andrew Montgomery
June 28 2013

Bring the essence of summer to your own garden with this mini meadow in a pot. Gardener Julia Wylie uses annuals in bright contrasting colours to celebrate the season.

Tuscan holiday inspired planting c. Andrew Montgomery
April 22 2013

This year make sure your planting gives something to pollinating insects. Here, gardener Julia Wylie, who specialises in naturalistic planting schemes, designs a Tuscan-inspired flower feast for a container.

Centaurea 'Jordy'
June 15 2012

With the winners announced and medals awarded, here's your chance to get hold of some of the must-have plants starring in show gardens at the 2012 RHS Chelsea Flower Show. Online plant retailer Crocus is offering readers a 15% discount.

Hamamelis x intermedia ‘Arnold Promise’
November 29 2011

Even in December there are still plants that will illuminate your garden. John Hoyland chooses a selection including this delightful witch hazel.

Chasmanthium latifolium c. Rachel Warne
October 23 2011

Fill your garden with colour and scent as autumn turns to winter. John Hoyland picks the grass Chasmanthium latifolium as just one possible plant highlight.

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