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Sanssouci Gardens

GARDENS ILLUSTRATED offers a selection of exciting tours to some of the world's most exciting garden destinations. Find out more about our holidays for 2011.

Garden plan for KLC competition

Here's your chance to train to be a garden designer for FREE. Enter our competition to win a place worth £12,000 on the KLC Professional Diploma in Garden Design & Horticulture

Thompson & Morgan annuals seed collection offer with GI

Pick up this selection of 6 packets of annuals seeds especially chosen for GARDENS ILLUSTRATED at £12.49 and choose your free plug plants worth £9.99

Dahlia © Avon Bulbs

In the January issue, plantsmen from ten leading nurseries reveal which plants they are excited about growing in 2011. Chris Ireland-Jones from Avon Bulbs chose this sunny Dahlia coccinea var. palmeri with a spot of late summer flowering in mind.

Claire Takacs' African Eden

Gardens Illustrated and our wonderful contributors are winners at the Garden Media Guild Awards! Find out who picked up a gong...

Dark Dahlia Collection - part of Sarah Raven's Christmas catalogue

There's a superb selection of reader offers available in the December issue of GARDENS ILLUSTRATED, including a 10% discount on orders from Sarah Raven's Christmas catalogue and save £5 on Charlie Ryrie's seasonal wreaths.

Christmas fair at Great Dixter

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'

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

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.

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