The first-ever RHS Chatsworth Flower Show will take place this summer in the spectacular grounds of Chatsworth House in Derbyshire’s Peak District. Running from 7-11 June, the new show will feature stunning show gardens and plant displays. We've got a prize of two pairs of tickets to visit RHS Chatsworth Flower Show on 7 June plus overnight stay.
Five places to visit to see spring plants at their best.
The Gardens Illustrated Festival took place last weekend in the buildings and grounds of Westonbirt School. The event was bathed in spring sunshine and we hope all who visited had a wonderful time listening to our speakers and browsing the stalls. Here are a few highlights from the event.
In the April issue of Gardens Illustrated we show you how to create dazzling tulip displays, give expert design ideas for building garden steps and celebrate the beauty of blossom.
We’ve teamed up with The Treasure Houses of England and Classic British Hotels to offer you the chance of winning a luxury two-night break at a Classic British Hotel of your choice, AND a Gold Pass allowing you to visit all Treasure Houses of England properties.
Enter our competition to win a complete Compact Cordless system from Stihl including a chainsaw, leaf blowers, hedge trimmer and grass trimmer
Discover a selection of English country gardens on our exclusive tour, including a day spent with designer Tania Compton allowing us exclusive access to some of the county’s finest private gardens. 18-21 September 2017.
Take a look inside the March 2017 issue of Gardens Illustrated. This month we celebrate spring with the daffodil garden at Felley Priory and show you how to design elegant container displays to welcome the new season.
Join Aaron Bertelsen, Great Dixter’s gardener-cook to discover the secrets of a successful plot that provides ample ingredients for the kitchen. Monday 5 June 2017.
Ahead of the Gardens Illustrated Festival 25-26 March, we take a look at the history behind the gardens of Westonbirt School, where our weekend of events is located. Head gardener Alixandra Chalk gives us an insight into what to expect in the gardens in spring.