Gardens Illustrated Magazine


I find nature amazing. I love seeing the changing of the seasons and how the scenery adapts

Bluebells: I remember childhood walks in the countryside and being amazed at the mass of them and the magical carpet of colour they create with such small,

Stai leggendo un'anteprima, registrati per continuare a leggere.

Altro da Gardens Illustrated Magazine

Gardens Illustrated Magazine3 min letti
In a city of privately enclosed gardens, it is good to know that a friendly way with college porters will get you into at least one green quadrangle (just remember not to walk on the grass). Colleges are open to visitors on different days: on arrival
Gardens Illustrated Magazine22 min lettiArchitecture
100 The Eco Selection Beautiful And Useful Plants
Conrad’s plant choices reflect the naturalistic spaces with sustainability at heart that are key to his design ethos, and offer an immersive and transportive experience. Marian’s selection includes plants that will protect s
Gardens Illustrated Magazine4 min lettiArchitecture
Perfectly On Point
The organisation of space lies at the heart of good garden design. This holds true whether you are creating a Sissinghurst-style sequence of garden rooms or a naturalistic meadow with mown paths. So, what to do when there is little space to organise?