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Themen | 011/2023 (17.10.2023)
  • BOOMERANG BULBS
    Looking for bulbs that come back reliably year after year? We asked plant experts and growers for their advice on reliably perennial tulips, plus other beautiful spring bulbs to grow with them
  • Natural affinity
    The making of an immersive, biodiverse garden in rural Wiltshire has been a journey of discovery, recovery and reinvention
  • PLANTS MAKE A GARDEN
    Designer Jinny Blom offers advice on creating good planting schemes that suit their setting, using new examples from her own portfolio
  • DOWNTOOLS
    Book reviews, the crossword and Alice Vincent
  • MISCANTHUS
    These enthusiastic ornamental grasses are superb performers, whether used in borders, prairie-style planting schemes or for bold, simple drifts in the garden
Themen | 012/2023 (14.11.2023)
  • Sweet success
    Sweet peas are the epitome of scented summer blooms, and now is the perfect time to sow seeds, so flower farmer Georgie Newbery offers growing tips and recommends her favourites
  • TREES FOR THE FUTURE
    A tree is a wonderful addition to any size or style of garden, but as our climate changes, we may need to think more carefully about which types we choose conditions match what we expect our climate to be in 50 years’ time. Acer cappadocicum (the Cappadocicum maple) and its golden-leaved cultivar ‘Aureum’, Quercus palustris (pin oak) and Corylus colurna (Turkish hazel), are all examples of larger shade trees that are tolerant or moderately tolerant of drought.
  • Autumn glow
    Merging formal structure with relaxed planting, designer Cristina Mazzucchelli’s Piedmont garden reaches its mellow peak at this time of year
Themen | 001/2024 (19.01.2024)
  • ARUM
    Brighten up dark corners at the coldest time of year with arums' lush marbled foliage, in the dry shade under trees or alongside snowdrops – just don't confuse them with arum lilies
  • Anna Pavord's top ten garden travel books
    Got gardener's wanderlust? Enjoy journeying around the world's gardens and seeing extraordinary plants from the comfort of your armchair with Gardens Illustrated contributing editor and garden writer Anna Pavord's choice of her favourite travel-themed garden and plant books
  • Track changes
    The largest roof garden in Europe sits upon the former Fiat factory in Turin, around a rooftop test track that hosts exciting art and architecture
Themen | 002/2024 (16.02.2024)
  • 50 FERGUS GARRETT'S favourite plants
    Fergus Garrett has been head gardener at Great Dixter in East Sussex for more than 30 years. For the first 13 years, he worked side by side with Dixter’s owner, the gardener and writer Christopher ‘Christo’ Lloyd, helping to cement Dixter’s reputation as one of the UK’s most innovative gardens. Since Christo’s death in 2006, Fergus has continued to move the garden forward, focused on educating the next generation of gardeners and always eager to experiment. Here, he shares the 50 plants he loves the most
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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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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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  • DIG IN
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  • March plants
    In the first of a new monthly series, Lowther Castle’s head gardener Andrea Brunsendorf chooses the ten plants for March that bring her joy
  • KITTED OUT
    Get growing this season with our selection of tools and equipment for early spring
  • 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
  • SPRING TASKS
    March can be unpredictable and cruel. At one moment, the flooding of sap-swelling buds and unfurling leaves feels like spring, and in the next a blanket of snow carried on searing cold winds from the near continent can cover the garden like a duvet, plunging it back into winter. Flexibility is key. I have several tasks ‘on the go’ at any one time and freely switch between them if required to do so by a change in the weather.
  • GOLDEN WONDERS
    Our new columnist Nigel Slater on the amazement he still feels at the arrival of flowering bulbs in spring
  • 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
  • WILL TOMSON
    As director at Sheffield-based design studio Creative Cultivation, Will designs and creates sustainably built wildlife gardens and natural swimming ponds
  • BERGENIA
    Elephant’s ears are low-maintenance, easy-going evergreen perennials that will brighten up the early spring garden with their colourful booms
  • VÉRONIQUE MURE
    The French botanist who is championing naturalistic gardening, on the importance of preserving ecosystems and ensuring plants have a living soil
  • DOWN THE GARDEN PATH
    Journeys both physical and metaphorical are at the heart of Jackie and John Copping’s Essex garden
  • Seasonal flair
    Try your hand at these three fresh designs with flowers and foliage to celebrate the arrival of spring
  • Bowls of beauty
    Magnolias are the show stoppers of early spring and there is nowhere better to see them than Borde Hill in West Sussex
  • Green power
    Three new rooftop gardens designed by Andy Sturgeon have transformed one of London’s most iconic buildings
  • Growing for gold
    Drawing on a long heritage of daffodil breeding in Northern Ireland, Esker Farm Daffodils now finds its bulbs are in demand from Narcissus obsessives from around the world
  • Design
    News, garden design insight and sourcebook
  • NARROW ESCAPE
    A small, shaded, city garden has been transformed into a verdant urban oasis filled with trees, climbers and perennials
  • Mini greenhouses
    Extend the season without losing garden space with these small glasshouses
  • FRESH PICKS
    We asked expert plantspeople, designers and gardeners which brand new and recently introduced plants they are excited about growing this year
  • DOWNTOOLS
    Book reviews, Q&A, the crossword and Alice Vincent
  • 'Geoff Hamilton will always be my gardening pin-up'
    Actress Caroline Quentin is a keen gardener and artist, and has combined her two loves in her book, Drawn to the Garden. Here, she talks about her literary loves and what gardening means to her
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    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
  • FINDING TIME
    In the last of her regular columns, Alice Vincent reflects on what she’s discovered over the course of documenting her gardening year, and why it’s now time to move on