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Gardens Illustrated Magazine

Nov 01 2019
Magazine

Widely regarded as the Vogue of the gardening press, Gardens Illustrated aims to inspire you with an eclectic and international editorial mix of remarkable places, plants and people. With superb photography, authoritative journalism and exceptional design, this award-winning magazine is a style bible for garden designers, garden lovers and enthusiasts alike.

Editor’s letter

Contributors

CONTRIBUTING EDITORS

Gardens Illustrated Magazine

DIG IN • What’s happening, where to go, what’s in flower and what to buy this month

News

3 FOR THE GARDEN… ECO-FRIENDLY WINTER PROTECTION

DIARY

KITTED OUT • For planting bare-root trees and shrubs

NOVEMBER PLANTS • From a striking but prickly anchor plant to soft grasses and copper-coloured foliage, Tom finds plenty of colour and contrast to lift November’s cooler days

PLACES TO VISIT • Recommended places to see seasonal plants at their best

The Outsider • Horticulturist Hannah Gardner heads north to the Outer Hebrides, where wildflowers buzz with insect life, and comes away inspired to grow its native, white wild rose

Coralie Thomas • A key member of the garden team at Great Dixter, New-York native Coralie arrived in the UK in 2016 as the Chanticleer North American Christopher Lloyd Scholarship student

History lessons • Around a 17th-century farmhouse in West Sussex, designer Chris Moss has created a contemporary garden that builds on the house’s past

Changing spaces

COLCHICUM • Delicate, hardy colchicums push up in autumn in unexpectedly refreshing tones

PLANT PROFILE

Where to see and buy

IN BRIEF

STYLE AND VISION • With its underlying geometric forms and naturalistic planting a spectacular garden in the east of the Netherlands is the result of careful planning and adherence to basic design principles

8 KEY SEEDHEADS

Coming in from the cold • Head gardener Benjamin William Pope, creates three, stylish displays combining tender succulents and evergreen foliage that can be brought indoors to keep the fresh-green memories of summer alive once frosts threaten

Sweeping statement • Formal design elements and wild, breezy planting lend a fresh perspective to a sloping, prairie-style garden that follows the ebb and flow of the rolling Rutland landscape

MIXING FORMALITY WITH MEADOW PLANTING

8 KEY PLANTS

SHIRLEY SHERWOOD • The eponymous founder of one of Kew’s art galleries on a childhood spent discovering plants through a giant magnifying glass and, more laterly, illustrations in a Bangkok hairdresser’s

Hardy chrysanthemums • Late-flowering chrysanthemums are hardy plants with flowering stamina. Eschew gaudier colours and upright blooms to grow rusty coppers, bronzes and fiery reds

Chefs’ specials • In the second of our series on growing for flavour, we visit a working kitchen garden in Scotland where head grower Jo Campbell works to Michelin-starred standards

DESIGN • News, ideas and sourcebook

NEWS

Creating a garden where you can thrive • Is it possible to improve how you feel simply by changing the layout of your garden? Designer Marian Boswall suggests ways to create a garden full of healthy energy

Tall coldframes • Nine space-saving upright coldframes and mini glasshouses

DOWNTOOLS • Book reviews, back issues, crossword, reader offer

BOOK REVIEWS

Other books • With ideas for growing the flowers with which to create cut flower displays and ways to encourage wildlife into your garden.

READER OFFER • Save up to £21 on this Hellebore Collection, plus bulbs for naturalising from Hayloft Plants*

Autumn Essentials • From beautiful craftsmanship to handmade pots and...


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Formats

OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Home & Garden

Languages

English

Widely regarded as the Vogue of the gardening press, Gardens Illustrated aims to inspire you with an eclectic and international editorial mix of remarkable places, plants and people. With superb photography, authoritative journalism and exceptional design, this award-winning magazine is a style bible for garden designers, garden lovers and enthusiasts alike.

Editor’s letter

Contributors

CONTRIBUTING EDITORS

Gardens Illustrated Magazine

DIG IN • What’s happening, where to go, what’s in flower and what to buy this month

News

3 FOR THE GARDEN… ECO-FRIENDLY WINTER PROTECTION

DIARY

KITTED OUT • For planting bare-root trees and shrubs

NOVEMBER PLANTS • From a striking but prickly anchor plant to soft grasses and copper-coloured foliage, Tom finds plenty of colour and contrast to lift November’s cooler days

PLACES TO VISIT • Recommended places to see seasonal plants at their best

The Outsider • Horticulturist Hannah Gardner heads north to the Outer Hebrides, where wildflowers buzz with insect life, and comes away inspired to grow its native, white wild rose

Coralie Thomas • A key member of the garden team at Great Dixter, New-York native Coralie arrived in the UK in 2016 as the Chanticleer North American Christopher Lloyd Scholarship student

History lessons • Around a 17th-century farmhouse in West Sussex, designer Chris Moss has created a contemporary garden that builds on the house’s past

Changing spaces

COLCHICUM • Delicate, hardy colchicums push up in autumn in unexpectedly refreshing tones

PLANT PROFILE

Where to see and buy

IN BRIEF

STYLE AND VISION • With its underlying geometric forms and naturalistic planting a spectacular garden in the east of the Netherlands is the result of careful planning and adherence to basic design principles

8 KEY SEEDHEADS

Coming in from the cold • Head gardener Benjamin William Pope, creates three, stylish displays combining tender succulents and evergreen foliage that can be brought indoors to keep the fresh-green memories of summer alive once frosts threaten

Sweeping statement • Formal design elements and wild, breezy planting lend a fresh perspective to a sloping, prairie-style garden that follows the ebb and flow of the rolling Rutland landscape

MIXING FORMALITY WITH MEADOW PLANTING

8 KEY PLANTS

SHIRLEY SHERWOOD • The eponymous founder of one of Kew’s art galleries on a childhood spent discovering plants through a giant magnifying glass and, more laterly, illustrations in a Bangkok hairdresser’s

Hardy chrysanthemums • Late-flowering chrysanthemums are hardy plants with flowering stamina. Eschew gaudier colours and upright blooms to grow rusty coppers, bronzes and fiery reds

Chefs’ specials • In the second of our series on growing for flavour, we visit a working kitchen garden in Scotland where head grower Jo Campbell works to Michelin-starred standards

DESIGN • News, ideas and sourcebook

NEWS

Creating a garden where you can thrive • Is it possible to improve how you feel simply by changing the layout of your garden? Designer Marian Boswall suggests ways to create a garden full of healthy energy

Tall coldframes • Nine space-saving upright coldframes and mini glasshouses

DOWNTOOLS • Book reviews, back issues, crossword, reader offer

BOOK REVIEWS

Other books • With ideas for growing the flowers with which to create cut flower displays and ways to encourage wildlife into your garden.

READER OFFER • Save up to £21 on this Hellebore Collection, plus bulbs for naturalising from Hayloft Plants*

Autumn Essentials • From beautiful craftsmanship to handmade pots and...


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