Design

Design ideas for bogs

James Alexander-Sinclair chooses eight examples of how boggy spaces have been transformed into eye-catching landscapes by using innovative design and clever planting. 

Outdoor party lights

Nine fun outdoor lights, perfect for a summer garden party.

August 2016 issue of Gardens Illustrated

Take a look inside the August 2016 issue - this month, find out how to make the most of limited outside space with our small garden special. 

Pressed flower prints and cards

By creating photographs of pressed wildflowers from around the globe, artist Jane Anashka creates prints and cards that she hopes will help to protect wild plants and their habitats. 

Follies

James Alexander-Sinclair gives eight design ideas for a folly - the garden structure that has no particular purpose beyond looking good in the landscape. 

Pots of style: Aeoniums

Gardener Jacky Mills combines aeoniums and daisies for a sophisticated container planting. 

9 of the best hammocks

Hammocks are the ultimate summer accessory for dozing in the garden. Here, we've chosen nine of the best. 

The Coach House c. Rebecca Bernstein

Providing structure in the garden can add interest and draw the eye. Here are five ideas from a Cotswold garden. 

GROW London

GROW London is in full swing, 24-26 June on Hampstead Heath. The contemporary garden and lifestyle fair sees over 100 hand-picked exhibitors offering tempting items from must-have plants to furniture, tools, chic accessories, planters and more. Here's some of the items Gardens Illustrated loved. More details about the show at growlondon.com

Take a look inside the July 2016 issue

In the July 2016 issue: iInspiring international gardens, container planting for stylish summer pots, hammocks to help you lounge around in the garden and expert advice on thalictrums. 

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