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Under A Frozen Shell

Under the frozen surface of the garden pond, life winds down as plants and creatures adapt to survive winter’s harsh bite

5 mins read
Landscape
January - February 2018

Precision At The Cutting Edge

In Sheffield’s steel heartland, knife and scissor maker Grace Horne produces pieces that are both beautiful and useful

8 mins read
Landscape
January - February 2018

Flush Of Rich Perfume

The pink buds and flowers of Viburnum x bodnantense bring a sweet fragrance to frosty borders

3 mins read
Landscape
January - February 2018

Making Their Mark

Thousands of examples of medieval graffiti carved in the stones of Norfolk’s churches are giving a voice to people previously invisible to history

6 mins read
Landscape
January - February 2018

Brewing A Heritage

A family business in the heart of the Black Country produces beer the traditional way

3 mins read
Landscape
January - February 2018

Secret World Below The Canopy

Unbowed by time, the long-lived oak has a vital role to play in the lifecycle of hundreds of plants, animals and insects

6 mins read
Landscape
September/October 2017

Bold Performers

Their striking appearance may belie a tender nature, but a long, colourful display earns Hebe speciosa hybrids a sheltered place in the garden

6 mins read
Landscape
September/October 2017

Recreating The Living Past

A painstakingly - created model landscapes encapsulates the essence of a rural Oxfordshire vale in bygone times

7 mins read
Landscape
September/October 2017

Mellowed In Time

At the foot of the South Downs sits an East Sussex garden where grasses wave in the wind and flowers thread through ribbons of foliage

9 mins read
Landscape
September/October 2017

A Wise Old Owl

Simple squares knitted in warm tones of yarn are used to create this winsome little bird

2 mins read
Landscape
September/October 2017

Stepping Into A Living Art Work

A walk through the villages of tranquil Dedham Vale reveals the inspiration for the work of artists John Constable and Alfred Munnings

8 mins read
Landscape
September/October 2017

Setting Autumn Ablaze

An East Anglian garden puts on a spectacular show as it comes alive with a riot of rich colour

7 mins read
Landscape
September/October 2017

Grace Captured In The Grain

Using pine and driftwood, carver Geoff Bickley replicates the form and movement of Cornwall’s seabirds

5 mins read
Landscape
September/October 2017

The Wild Mushroom Hunter

Wayne Thomas uses his expert eye to forage for edible fungi in the woodlands of the Wye Valley

6 mins read
Landscape
September/October 2017

A Floral Theatre

Sussex florist Georgia Miles puts frothy grasses, striking foliage and rich-hued blooms centre stage in her garden bouquets

7 mins read
Landscape
September/October 2017

Frost-Coated Waves

A Norfolk garden’s airy grasses and lingering seedheads create an inspiring sight of beauty, texture and movement in the winter months.

7 mins read
Landscape
January - February 2017

Dartmoor's Twisted Oaks

With its ancient moss-covered trees and boulder-strewn floor, Wistman’s Wood exudes an atmosphere of mystery.

4 mins read
Landscape
March/April 2017

Pots Of Sunshine

The most joyful early flowers, daffodils thrive in containers, creating bright spots of colour.

3 mins read
Landscape
March/April 2017

The Garden In... March And April

Kari-Astri Davies is settling in plants and sowing seeds to enjoy her garden in the months ahead.

6 mins read
Landscape
March/April 2017