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Themen | 003/2024 (15.03.2024)
  • WITHOUT WATER
    Jo Wakelin has transformed a dry, rural paddock into an exciting new water-resilient garden with no irrigation and plants from all over the world
  • The working year at Sissinghurst
    In 1930, the writer Vita Sackville-West and her diplomat husband Harold Nicolson bought an old farm in Kent and set about creating a garden that has become one of the best loved and most visited in the world. In this new series, Sissinghurst’s head gardener Troy Scott Smith takes us through what he and his team are doing, and enjoying, each season
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Themen | 004/2024 (19.04.2024)
  • SHOW GARDEN GUIDES
    Discover the inspiration and thinking behind the designs of the top gardens at this year's show
  • Meadowlands
    Peter Clay, co-director of Crocus.co.uk, has been developing his garden and meadows at Brockhampton Cottage, on a sloping site in the Welsh Borders, for more than two decades. Here, he explains his yearning for a magnificent landscape carpeted with orchids, and how he has made that dream come true
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Themen | 006/2024 (07.06.2024)
  • 30 plants with interest all year
    These hard-working plants provide several seasons of interest in your garden through flowers, fruit, foliage, bark and even spring shoots
  • Summertime at Sissinghurst
    Ensuring Sissinghurst's famous roses look fabulous throughout the season is one of the many tasks keeping head gardener Troy Scott Smith and his team busy right now
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Themen | 007/2024 (05.07.2024)
  • LAVENDER
    Fragrant, drought tolerant and easy to grow, lavenders are popular plants that suit many different styles of garden
  • THE HIGH LIFE
    Designer Andy Sturgeon has transformed a steep, grassy hillside on the Isle of Wight into a Mediterranean-style haven of meandering paths, architectural features and cooling water
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Das englischsprachige Gardens Illustrated kommt aus dem klimatisch bevorzugten England, wo einige der weltweit berühmtesten Gärten stehen. Das umfangreiche Gartenmagazin beinhaltet Garten-News, Pflanzenempfehlungen, neue Züchtungen, neue hilfreiche Werkzeuge und Produkte, sowie umfangreichere Artikel und Reportagen über Gartenstile, besondere Gärten, Zier- und Nutzgärten, Historisches…

So wie man seine Wohnung einrichtet, so gestaltet man auch seinen Garten und jeder hat seinen Stil. Für den einen stehen die Farben im Vordergrund, für den anderen das Formale, für den dritten soll es bunt durcheinander zugehen. Die Gartenreportagen aus ganz England tragen dem Rechnung und zeigen die schönsten, gelungensten Beispiele von allen Gartenstilen. Ein umfangreiches Magazin mit vielen Abbildungen, voller Inspirationen und Ideen für ganze Gärten wie kleine Garten-Ecken, zu Pflanzen und Beet-Gestaltung – irgendeine Idee findet sich darin immer, die man am liebsten sofort in die Tat umsetzen möchte. Und der Name ist Programm, die Illustrationen sprechen eine internationale Sprache, so daß man aus diesem Gartenmagazin auch ohne weitreichende Sprachkenntnisse Nutzen ziehen kann.
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In der aktuellen Ausgabe von Gardens Illustrated

  • DIG IN
    What’s new, what’s growing and what’s going on this month
  • Gardens of Brittany
    Join us on a five-day tour to some of the best gardens in Brittany in northwest France with our host, Sissinghurst head gardener Troy Scott Smith, and tour leader, gardener and French specialist Kirsty Fergusson
  • July plants
    With summer in full swing, Lowther Castle’s head gardener Andrea Brunsendorf looks to plants and shrubs that bring a more naturalistic feel to the garden
  • KITTED OUT
    Our curated picks to help you grow and harvest your own fruit and veg
  • TABLE TALK
    Quality time in the garden doesn’t have to be spent gardening, says Nigel Slater. You also need places for food and conversation or just to sit and savour the moment
  • THE HIGH LIFE
    Designer Andy Sturgeon has transformed a steep, grassy hillside on the Isle of Wight into a Mediterranean-style haven of meandering paths, architectural features and cooling water
  • PAUL MOONCIEDUNMALL
    Sissinghurst Scholar Paul is helping to restore and maintain areas of the famous Kent garden
  • LAVENDER
    Fragrant, drought tolerant and easy to grow, lavenders are popular plants that suit many different styles of garden
  • Broad strokes
    In his own garden, Australian artist and garden designer Ralph Bristow gardens as he paints, in bold blocks of bright colour
  • Bright and beautiful
    Award-winning designer Jo Thompson offers new container-planting inspiration with three ideas for flower combinations for high summer
  • New lease of life
    Stefano Marinaz’s design for this small city garden has the lush planting his clients yearned for and practical touches to make their lives easier
  • ROY DIBLIK
    The American nurseryman and designer on the beauty of prairie planting, becoming Piet Oudolf’s right-hand man and championing gravel gardens
  • Top flowers for drying
    Preserve the fleeting summer beauty of your garden by drying flowers to enjoy year round indoors. We’ve asked three expert growers to recommend the best dried flowers to grow
  • Dream weaver
    Basket maker Mollie McMillen finds inspiration from the rural landscape around her Hampshire home
  • DOWN ON THE FARM
    From growing a few sweet peas on her plot to breeding her own cultivars, Erin Benzakein has grown Floret into one of the most respected flower farms in the USA
  • Design
    News, garden design insight and sourcebook
  • CITY HEIGHTS
    In the heart of the City of London, this roof terrace designed by Tom Stuart-Smith Studio for a new office development maximises the space and surrounding views of London’s iconic skyline, including St Paul’s Cathedral
  • Fruit and vegetable cages
    Protect your edibles with one of these stylish protective structures
  • DOWNTOOLS
    Book reviews, the crossword and the big idea
  • Find so much more online…
    Head to gardensillustrated.com for more exclusive content on gorgeous gardens and the best seasonal plants. You’ll also find the latest horticultural news and details of upcoming events — plus podcasts, offers and competitions, and a wealth of inspiration
  • NO MORE WEEDING?
    Lovely, low maintenance and good for wildlife? Jack Wallington is experimenting with plant vigour to make his own garden both ecological and easy to manage