Feast your eyes on these beautiful daylilies, recommended by plantsman John Hoyland and pick a few favourites to grow in your garden. Photographs by Dianna Jazwinski.
This month, plantswoman Marina Christopher is drawn to loose, airy, meadow-style plants that look beautiful all summer, attract insects and last well into autumn.
In Portland, Oregon, Nancy Goldman finds joy in filling her garden with plants. Here you can find which are her favourites.
You may have noticed in the magazine that we use hardiness ratings in our plant descriptions. Hardiness ratings provide a standard by which gardeners can tell which plants are likely to survive in a specific location. But what do the figures means? Here's an explanation.
Often thought of as tall, airy plants with finely cut foliage and a froth of flower, meadow rues are, in fact, much more varied. Here are Val Bourne's recommendations.
In the June issue we asked Gardens Illustrated readers to join our campaign to bring back the buttonhole by creating a buttonhole bouquet and posting a picture of it on our social media pages using the hashtag #bringbackthebuttonhole. We had an amazing response and as a thank you we have put together a gallery of some of those images.
Here are five inspiring plant combinations from a romantic Dutch garden, planted in English style, that focus on bringing colour and vibrancy into the garden. Photography by Sietske de Vries.
Four plant combinations to add colour and drama to your summer borders.
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