Planting inspiration comes in the form of four plantsmen’s gardens in the May issue of Gardens Illustrated, from a fabulous plot around a tiny house in Kent to a painterly garden on the Cornish coast, and a modern meadow in California. Plus Matthew Biggs visits a Scottish nursery specialising in alpine plants and head gardener Troy Scott Smith shares his favourite Siberian irises.
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You’ll also find three stylish ideas for early summer container displays and all the kit you need to make the most of your garden, plus the best plants for May.
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