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The February issue of Gardens Illustrated is bursting with seasonal loveliness and creative ideas.
In the first of her new series, Åsa Gregers-Warg, head gardener at Beth Chatto’s Plants & Gardens in Essex, shares her expert choice of flowers and foliage for February.
Plantsman Alan Shipp shares his collection of rare and unusual hyacinths in a jewel-box array of colours, and snowdrop expert Jane Rowlinson shows us around her nursery, Morlas Plants in Shropshire.
We also learn how to combine winter-flowering heathers with other seasonal perennials, trees and grasses to stunning effect.
Renowned landscape designer Tom Stuart-Smith and his wife Sue give us an exclusive tour of their new community project at their garden, Serge Hill, which aims to promote gardening, creativity and health.
We visit the garden and studio of Bex Partridge to discover her exquisite dried-flower arrangements, and an Australian garden inspired by British gardens but perfectly adapted to the climate of Victoria.
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