In The Kitchen
As the year draws to a close Jojo finds ways to preserve summer’s flavour through the raw months, and makes the most of a glut of grapes
Ahead Of The Curve
Crafted from the timber of 150-year-old oaks, Gaze Burvill’s furniture celebrates tradition, but it is made using cutting-edge technology
When is a vegetable garden not a vegetable garden? When it’s a potager of course. But does the distinction come down to anything more than pretension or French good taste?
12 Of Helen And Vicky's Favourite Conifers
12 Of Helen And Vicky's Favourite Conifers
Nature's Widest Canvas
At their home in Vermont, Susan and Rick Richter have collaborated with master stone worker Dan Snow to create a stunning structured landscape
The renowned Chilean landscape architect on responding to topography, his passion for evergreens, and why herbaceous perennials are overrated
As Parham House in West Sussex prepares to plants out bulbs for next spring, head gardener Tom Brown looks back at one of his favourite tulip combinations
In The Garden
Jojo takes inspiration from a long-established kitchen garden as she considers how to train fruit in her narrow back garden
After gaining several years of gardening experience in the UK, Sam is extending his horticultural knowledge with a stint at the Jerusalem Botanical Gardens.
The sheer magnitude and beauty of the daffodils in Felley Priory’s spring garden have been known to move grown men to tears.
Hunting Brook Gardens are as boldly idiosyncratic as their creator, who gains his inspiration while bouncing up and down to 1970s club classics.
Known to galanthophiles the world over as the snowdrop grower with the Midas touch, the Monksilver Nursery owner came to wider acclaim when his snowdrop struck gold on eBay.
The Gardeners’ World presenter and seven times Chelsea Gold medallist on working with Geoff Hamilton, laver and bacon sandwiches and why he won’t be giving up coaching junior goalkeepers
Flights Of Fancy
Embrace uneven landscapes, advises garden designer James Alexander-Sinclair. Those lumps and bumps are the perfect excuse for installing the steps of your dreams.
Reflections On Nature
A mirror pool with the right planting, designed in conjunction with the house, brings the beauty of water into a small space
Rising To The Challenge
Designer Ann-Marie Powell has transformed a sloping rural front garden with terracing and a jostling jamboree of planting
Joys Of The Black Stuff
Pontefract was once a centre of liquorice cultivation. Now Robert and Heather Copley are growing it once more on their farm
New and recent introductions make colourful cosmos as brilliant in the garden as it is in the vase.
Romke Van De Kaa
The accidental gardener who worked at Great Dixter, ran a nursery with Piet Oudolf and is now one of the Netherlands’ most respected garden journalists
While at this time of year most of us are scrambling to buy and plant out bulbs for spring, Frank finds time to stop and marvel at the beauty of autumn bulbs and corms
Flavour Of The Garden
Gravetye Manor in West Sussex is renowned for its glorious gardens, but in a wild orchard on the edge of the garden, head gardener Tom Coward is reintroducing a taste of the garden’s fruitful past
Species plants and primary hybrids have a delicacy that is far removed from the blowsy blooms normally associated with the Pelargonium genus
An epiphany in New Zealand led to a career change for former recruitment consultant Will Smithson. He’s now head gardener at South Wood Farm, designed by Arne Maynard
The owner of the deliciously surprising Edulis Nursery on his bohemian childhood, following in Gerald Durrell’s footsteps and the ferry journey that changed his life
Gardens Of Hope
Far from being temporary, refugee camps can provide accommodation for displaced people for many years. Gardens bring stability, beauty and dignity.
Domestic hedges are more than just dividing lines; they can be ornamental in their own right. James Alexander-Sinclair considers the options, depending on your taste and situation
Tender Loving Care
Even as winter prepares to loosen its grip, Frank finds himself worrying about the tender plants that might not survive its final blast
A Nod To The Irish
Coosheen on the south coast of Ireland is a Mecca for snowdrop fans with a collection that emphasises the Irish cultivars
Searching for wild tree species to include in the arboretum at his ancestral home, has taken Charlie Howick on adventures around the world
In At The Deep End
Fitting a swimming pool into a triangular plot, with a brief to lose all the angles, presented garden designer Bart Hoes with a challenge.