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Christmas fair at Great Dixter
Gardens

Avoid jostling with the masses in city centres this year and head to Christmas fairs for more unusual and unique gifts.

Crataegus x lavalleei 'Carrierei'
Plants

Bob Brown selects nine outstanding plants for our magazine series 'Nurseryman's Favourites'. For December his selection includes Crataegus x lavalleei 'Carrierei', which looks lovely on a crisp winter's day.

Laurent-Perrier garden Chelsea 2010

Here’s your chance to win tickets to next year’s Royal Horticultural Society Chelsea Flower Show, the premier gardening event showcasing the very best in garden design and plantsmanship.

Chestnut tree leaf damaged by leaf miner moth
Gardens

This year's autumn leaf display has been glorious – except for the leaves of the horse chestnut tree, which continue to be attacked by the fast-spreading leaf miner moth. Experts at Kew share their knowledge on the alien attackers and give some tips that will help protect the trees.

Allium thunbergii 'Ozawa'
Plants

Nurseryman Bob Brown selects nine seasonal plants every month in the magazine. In the November issue he picks Allium thunbergii 'Ozawa' as one of his choices for bringing extra colour to your garden in autumn.

Rob Ryan

Don't miss the opportunity to see the work of artist Rob Ryan, whose intricate papercut images have a distinctive, heartfelt and sometimes poignant quality.

Colour at Courson 2010

The autumn plant fair at Courson in France is brimming with seasonal planting ideas.

Sensational seed selection

Help with the GI clear out by taking bundles of seeds off our hands. Click to find out how...

Tree-lined landscape c. Colin Roberts IGPOTY 2009

Call for final entries. The annual IGPOTY award recognises some of the best garden photography from both amateurs and professionals alike. Entries for the 2010 competition must be in by 30 November.

RHS Autumn Harvest Show

Here's my second entry on the subject of autumn - it's my favourite time of year so I can't help but be enthused as summer finally gives way to mists and mellowness...

Blog by deputy editor, Sorrel Everton

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