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The best lilies for colour and scent

Mainly mountain bulbs, lilies are one of the oldest plants in cultivation. Here Lilium expert Pontus Wallstén chooses his favourite types for colour and scent.

9 of the best insulated flasks

Keep yourself warm (or cool come summer) with our selection of insulated flasks.

Garden design trends 2018

From technology to ethical responsibility, shrubs to abstract topiary, ten experts highlight the design trends in 2018. 

How to identify berrying trees

In the third of a four-part series on identifying trees, Lia Leendertz explains how you can spot berrying and hedgerow trees by learning the blossoms, fruits and nuts in British hedgerows. Here you will discover rowan, crab apple and hawthorn. 

Martha Stewart private garden

In the January issue of Gardens Illustrated we visit writer, TV personality and garden enthusiast Martha Stewart's private garden. Here she gives her top tips for creating a successful garden and recommends some of the best gardens to visit in the USA. 

Visit La Gomera

In the first of a new series on travelling the world in search of planting inspiration, horticulturist and adventurer Hannah Gardner explores the volcanic hills of La Gomera in the Canary Islands.

Garden events and shows 2018

If you can tear yourself away from your own garden, there are countless garden shows and festivals awaiting you this year. Here we list some of the best garden events and shows in 2018.

Take a look inside the January 2018 issue of Gardens Illustrated

A new year and new issue! Here's a look inside the January 2018 issue of Gardens Illustrated. This month, it's our travel special with gardens from Kenya, Spain, Morocco and TV personality Martha Stewart's garden in the USA. 

Where garden designers buy their plants

A garden is only as good as its plants. Here four renowned garden designers choose their favourite suppliers. 

Win Gardens Illustrated Books of the Year 2017

Enter our competition for your chance to win all 14 of our Gardens Illustrated books of the year, as seen in The Plant Issue 2017. 

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