Step back in time in the June issue of Gardens Illustrated, with Tom Stuart-Smith’s masterly updating of an elegant Georgian estate, and a romantic mix of cottage garden and New Perennial planting styles around a medieval manor house, and discover how gardener Lucy Skellorn unearthed the fascinating history of her great-great grandfather’s beautiful irises.
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- Painterly style garden design in a former rectory in Cornwall
We also take a look at a sustainable garden designed by James Basson in the South of France, plus plantswoman Marina Christopher takes a fresh look at verbenas, and we make the most of warm summer evenings with nine of the best outdoor ovens.
This month’s issue is all about finding your dream garden style.
Note! You can still buy the magazine in certain shops and supermarkets. Don’t forget to pick it up on your next visit.