Green walls c. Jason Ingram

From the smallest of gardens to the swankiest of city hotels, vertical planting is helping to bring walls to life and offers surprising benefits. Garden designer Annie Guilfoyle gives advice on how to go about planning your own

Garden lighting: Charlotte Rowe designed garden c. Clive Nichols

When it comes to lighting your garden go for well-planned, carefully positioned, good quality solutions and you'll add an extra dimension to your garden. Read our tips and advice

Andrew Wilson

Andrew Wilson leads you from one level of the garden to another, with advice on how to create steps and ramps with safety and accessibility in mind. Here's an article from a few years ago - that's still got lots of useful information.

Garden studios c. Roomworks

If you need to work from home but you’ve no room in your house for an office, then opting for a studio in your garden could be the ideal solution.

Parking space vs front garden c. Giles Park

Off-street parking and an attractively planted front garden needn’t be mutually exclusive – there are lots of designs that combine the two. 

Classic steamer chair from Barlow Tyrie

Relax in the sunshine with our choice of 9 stylish wooden recliners

Traditional greenhouse with coldframes from Victorian Greenhouses

Our Design Sourcebook shortlists some of the most stylish options for greenhouses with porches

Buff green sandstone

Our Design Sourcebook shortlists some of the most stylish options available when choosing paving stones.

Mini meadow c. Andrew Montgomery

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.

Garden metal bench from Fermob

Our Design Sourcebook highlights a selection of the most stylish metal garden benches

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