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Gardens Illustrated Magazine

Jan 01 2021
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 CONTRIBUTING EDITORS EDITORS

Gardens Illustrated Magazine

READER HOLIDAYS 2021 • Gardens Illustrated joins with some of the best names in contemporary gardening to open up a world of exciting, inspiring and influential international gardens. Discover how culture and climate inform how we view our gardens today

Garden shows 2021 • Flower shows, festivals and plant fairs are wonderful sources of inspiration for the garden. Here is our roundup of the top shows in the UK and further afield for 2021

Dig in • What’s happening, what’s in flower and what to buy this month

News

3 FOR THE GARDEN… SEED STORAGE BINS

KITTED OUT • For propagating

DEAN CHARLTON • Now one of the team at Great Dixter, Dean has been able to learn from key mentors throughout his journey to becoming a gardener

GOOD INTENTIONS • A new year heralds a new growing season and the promise of crops to come. For Aaron, January is also the month for resolving to take fruit trees in hand, which offers him both the satisfaction of seeing neat rows of pruned trees and the chance to work up an appetite for hearty soups and stews

100 THE ECO SELECTION BEAUTIFUL AND USEFUL PLANTS • Our changing climate is already changing the way we garden. But what plants should we grow in this changed world? Must we sacrifice lushness for toughness? We asked five leading designers whose gardens have sustainability at their core for their ideas. Their choices are robust and adaptable plants that will protect soil, lock up carbon and provide food and shelter for wildlife. They range from low-maintenance groundcovers to the evergreen sub-shrubs dry gardening guru Olivier Filippi grows for their allelopathic effects. How amazing that they are all beautiful too.

Perfectly on point • In leafy west London, designer Charlotte Rowe has used clever textural planting in a green palette to transform an awkward triangular space into a stylish garden

ERYTHRONIUM • Their dainty flowers with swept-back petals and often mottled leaves make erythroniums one of the highlights of a woodland garden

PLANT PROFILE

Cultivation

Where to see and buy

First love • After falling for cyclamens in a local garden, Jo Hynes has amassed a National Collection and filled her Devon garden with these and other bright early delights

White magic • In their Cumbrian garden Margaret and David MacLennan have built up a collection of more than 2,000 snowdrop cultivars, with their success due in part to the deftness of Margaret’s nimble fingers when it comes to propagation

ELIZABETH MACGREGOR • The nurserywoman famed for her anemones, violas and clematis on being bitten by the hybridising bug and the joy of exhibiting. Just don’t ask her about pansies

Force of nature • At once works of art and functional objects, Cécile Daladier’s portable gardens rely on the forces of nature to create them, and on natural materials – f lowers – to complete them

Still waters run deep • A watery oasis garden intentionally out of kilter with the surrounding Californian climate and landscape bears all the hallmarks of its individualistic designer, Ron Lutsko

SHARED BEAUTY

News

DESIGN TRENDS 2021 • Like many of us, garden designers are having to respond to the fast-paced world we are living in, while also considering the environment and our wellbeing....


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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 CONTRIBUTING EDITORS EDITORS

Gardens Illustrated Magazine

READER HOLIDAYS 2021 • Gardens Illustrated joins with some of the best names in contemporary gardening to open up a world of exciting, inspiring and influential international gardens. Discover how culture and climate inform how we view our gardens today

Garden shows 2021 • Flower shows, festivals and plant fairs are wonderful sources of inspiration for the garden. Here is our roundup of the top shows in the UK and further afield for 2021

Dig in • What’s happening, what’s in flower and what to buy this month

News

3 FOR THE GARDEN… SEED STORAGE BINS

KITTED OUT • For propagating

DEAN CHARLTON • Now one of the team at Great Dixter, Dean has been able to learn from key mentors throughout his journey to becoming a gardener

GOOD INTENTIONS • A new year heralds a new growing season and the promise of crops to come. For Aaron, January is also the month for resolving to take fruit trees in hand, which offers him both the satisfaction of seeing neat rows of pruned trees and the chance to work up an appetite for hearty soups and stews

100 THE ECO SELECTION BEAUTIFUL AND USEFUL PLANTS • Our changing climate is already changing the way we garden. But what plants should we grow in this changed world? Must we sacrifice lushness for toughness? We asked five leading designers whose gardens have sustainability at their core for their ideas. Their choices are robust and adaptable plants that will protect soil, lock up carbon and provide food and shelter for wildlife. They range from low-maintenance groundcovers to the evergreen sub-shrubs dry gardening guru Olivier Filippi grows for their allelopathic effects. How amazing that they are all beautiful too.

Perfectly on point • In leafy west London, designer Charlotte Rowe has used clever textural planting in a green palette to transform an awkward triangular space into a stylish garden

ERYTHRONIUM • Their dainty flowers with swept-back petals and often mottled leaves make erythroniums one of the highlights of a woodland garden

PLANT PROFILE

Cultivation

Where to see and buy

First love • After falling for cyclamens in a local garden, Jo Hynes has amassed a National Collection and filled her Devon garden with these and other bright early delights

White magic • In their Cumbrian garden Margaret and David MacLennan have built up a collection of more than 2,000 snowdrop cultivars, with their success due in part to the deftness of Margaret’s nimble fingers when it comes to propagation

ELIZABETH MACGREGOR • The nurserywoman famed for her anemones, violas and clematis on being bitten by the hybridising bug and the joy of exhibiting. Just don’t ask her about pansies

Force of nature • At once works of art and functional objects, Cécile Daladier’s portable gardens rely on the forces of nature to create them, and on natural materials – f lowers – to complete them

Still waters run deep • A watery oasis garden intentionally out of kilter with the surrounding Californian climate and landscape bears all the hallmarks of its individualistic designer, Ron Lutsko

SHARED BEAUTY

News

DESIGN TRENDS 2021 • Like many of us, garden designers are having to respond to the fast-paced world we are living in, while also considering the environment and our wellbeing....


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