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Red Mud Hut offer discount on pots and containers

If you've been to the Columbia Road Sunday flower market you might already be familiar with Red Mud Hut. If you haven't, here's your change to discover the range of pots and containers they produce for plants and gardens large and small. And they're offering a 15% discount too. 

Great British Elm Experiment - saplings for Lambeth

We've got five British elm saplings to give away as part of 'The Great British Elm Experiment' to re-establish healthy British elms back into the country.


Taxodium distichum c. Jason Ingram

Chris Marchant of Orchard Dene Nurseries chooses the swamp cypress Taxodium distichum for its fiery autumnal colours. Plus eight other plants to bring interest to the garden in November.


The plant fair at the Domaine de Courson, just south of Paris, celebrates its 30th anniversary this year at its autumn show this October.


We're sorry but we've just noticed a mistake in the October issue crossword. We hope this hasn't been too frustrating for you.

Ixiolirion ledebourii c.Avon Bulbs

This is a fantastic offer - interesting combinations to create your own own stylish spring planting displays, quality bulbs from one of the top bulb specialists AND a 25% saving 

Anemone x hybrida ‘Honorine Jobert’

Take advantage of our reader offer. Plant these recommended Japanese anemones now and you'll enjoy fine, late summer displays for years to come.

Crataegus persimilis 'Prunifolia' c.Jason Ingram     

The end of summer may be in sight but there are plenty of plants that continue to give the garden impact late into the season. Nurserywoman Chris Marchant chooses nine of the best, including Persicaria amplexicaulis Taurus (=‘Blotau’)

Garden Illustrated's pothole garden c. Jason Ingram

The Pothole Gardener visited Bristol to create a tiny garden especially for Gardens Illustrated magazine. We recorded the guerilla gardening event for everyone to enjoy.

Stephanie Donaldson, Country Living's gardening editor. c.Paul Debois

Browse our gallery of images by photographer Paul Debois from his series 'Land Girls' (highly commended in the 2012 International Garden Photographer of the Year portfolio category). Loosely inspired by a WWII Land Girls poster, Paul chose his modern-day girls from those actively involved in writing, blogging, broadcasting or campaigning on gardening and grow-your-own, photographing them in their own gardens to give a glimpse of how they practise what they preach. Of Paul's 30 portraits we've selected just ten ladies - all of whom have a connection with Gardens Illustrated. Paul sells prints of his photography work - including some botanical imagery at

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