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Tom Stuart-Smith's garden for Laurent-Perrier

The Chelsea Flower Show is an intense experience with much to see and take in. This year I had the privilege of shadowing the judges on the main show gardens so was allowed to hop over the fences to take a good look around the gardens and listen in on the conversations that led the the awards. Here's a selection of things that caught my eye this year. 
Blog by editor Juliet Roberts

Evenlode Chintz (1883) William Morris

Visit RHS garden Rosemoor to see the exhibition of William Morris designs. You'll find plenty of other dates in our diary section, from flower shows and festivals to gardening talks and exhibitions.


Andy Sturgeon's Daily Telegraph garden Chelsea 2010

If you've been inspired by the Chelsea Flower Show, here's your chance to buy some of the plants from two award-winning gardens.

Gardens Illustrated news

This year Gardens Illustrated will have a stand at a number of garden shows around the country and for the first time you'll be able to buy a range of GI postcards. 

The Lost Gardens of Heligan

This year The Lost Gardens of Heligan celebrate their 20th anniversary. We have 10 family ticket to give away.


Chelsea Flower Show 2007: garden by Isabelle Van Groeningen and Gabrielle Pape,

If you’re in London for The Chelsea Flower Show 25-29th May, why not make the most of your time in the capital and catch up on a few other floral-related treats.

Cottesbrooke Hall Plant Finders Fair

If you are passionate about gardening, love beautiful plants and garden accessories, then your gardening season isn’t complete without a visit to Cottesbrooke Hall Plant Finders Fair in Northamptonshire, held in association with Gardens Illustrated.

Fern fronds c. Tim Sandall

We went for an evening walk to our local bluebell wood. It’s a seasonal tradition, nipping there just before dusk as the low sunlight filters through the fresh green leaves of the spring canopy…

Blog by deputy editor, Sorrel Everton

Chelsea Flower Show 1930-1939, show garden construction

The 2010 Chelsea Flower Show is almost upon us with all the excitement of show gardens and fantastic floral displays. We trace the history of the show, long considered the must-see event for garden enthusiasts and royalty alike.

The Youth of OId Age by designer Mark Draper

This year's Malvern Spring Gardening Show gathers together a wonderful selection of specialists nurseries and showcases up-and-coming stars of the design world.
Blog by editor Juliet Roberts

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