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The Thames Water Flourishing Future Garden

... Lactuca sativa 'Lollo Rossa' Allium cepa 'North Holland Blood Red' Pisum sativum 'Early Onward' Fragaria x ananassa 'Cambridge Favorite' Tropaeolum...

The Year of Green Action Garden

... cernua Thymus pseudolanuginosus Diosma ericoides 'Sunset Gold' Pisum sativum 'Twinkle' Senecio candicans 'Angel Wings' Kitchen garden ...

Tom Dixon and IKEA Garden

... Allium ursinum Ajuga reptans 'Atropurpurea' Sanguisorba minor Pisum sativum 'Hurst Green Shaft' Brassica rapa subsp. chinensis Brassica oleracea...

Henry Le Worm Community Garden

... Beta vulgaris subsp. cicla var. flavescens 'Bright Lights' Zea mays 'Minipop' Pisum sativum var. macrocarpon 'Oregon Sugar Pod' Calendula officinalis 'Orange King' ...

The Potager: Gardening from the past, made for the future

This makes it a concept for practical design and planting, in a day and age where self sufficiency, aesthetics, limited time and space are the general concerns when it comes to gardening. The potager therefore is the way forward, though the idea is...

Places of change garden

By garden designer Paul Stone. At 590 square metres, Places of Change is the largest show garden ever at Chelsea. Created in collaboration with some of the most socially excluded people in our society, this garden features a series...

Hope Begins at Home Garden

By Nigel Boardman and Stephen Gelly. For a second consecutive year, Boardman, Gelly & Co is working with Combat Stress to highlight and support the work that it undertakes to help ex-servicemen and women suffering from psychological injuries. ...

The Growing Tastes Allotment Garden

By Jon Wheatley, Mary Payne and Terry Porter. Forming the central feature in the Growing Tastes area, between the NS&I Cookery Theatre and the Growing Tastes Marquee, this is an example of a traditional allotment, one that is very much a...

Crops in Pots

Don't worry: Even if containers are all you've got to grow in, you can still achieve real success and enjoy fresh vegetables. Some vegetables and fruit are more associated with container growing than others. Tomatoes will thrive in pots, grow...