In the last of the Gardens Illustrated series on garden structures, we show you how to make arbours and tunnels using natural materials.
Bid farewell to winter and give your garden an early boost of colour with this selection of spring plants, chosen by Head Gardener Mat Reese. Photography by Jason Ingram.
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.
A sunken garden can provide privacy and a new perspective for planting. Here designer James Alexander-Sinclair lists five key design elements to consider when planning to build your own sunken garden.
Beat the winter blues by adding a colourful and seasonal twist to salads with beetroot.
It's time to start thinking about support and protection for new season's growth - here we give you ideas for garden structures made using natural materials, which you can make yourself.
In the February issue of Gardens Illustrated, we featured the Dalemain Marmalade Festival in Cumbria and here you can find three delicious recipes for fool-proof marmalade.
Nine of the best barometers, thermometers and weathervanes to help you keep an eye on the weather.