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Good grounding

Good grounding

Snowdrops are his passion, but at Crug Farm Plants in Wales, horticulturalist Paul Smyth is thriving on the diversity of plants

Exploring afresh: On the reopening of the garden at Burtown House

Exploring afresh: On the reopening of the garden at Burtown House

The beloved garden is rich in snowdrops – and history

Flowing over

Flowing over

Landscape designer Aniket Bhagwat on why East and West have much to offer each other

Marina Andreeva's flower power

Marina Andreeva's flower power

On one of the most exciting young horticultural talents in Ireland

Unearth plenty of joy in winter

Unearth plenty of joy in winter

Your gardan has plenty to offer in the coldest time of year

Oman for all seasons

Oman for all seasons

Irish botanist Darach Lupton visits the Gulf sultanate of Oman, an unlikely paradise for naturalists

Shevaun Doherty's botanical art is not for the faint-hearted

Shevaun Doherty's botanical art is not for the faint-hearted

Doherty's interest developed after visit to London gallery in 2008

Love me tenders

Love me tenders

Winter is upon us so tender plants come in from the cold

Breathing new life into Kilquade

Breathing new life into Kilquade

After a brief closure, Barry and Fergal Doyle have taken over the old Gardenworld in Wicklow, and say they are in for the long haul

Gavin to judge student garden design contest

Gavin to judge student garden design contest

Gardening for the future, not for the quick fix

Gardening for the future, not for the quick fix

Plan ahead and do your plant homework

Saving for a splendid season

Saving for a splendid season

In gardening terms, bulbs are money in the bank, delivering colourful dividends come the spring

The Cercis comes to town

The Cercis comes to town

As the evenings draw in, plants and trees can make your garden glow with spectacular autumn reds

Staying  grounded: Niall Maxwell loves the odd wet day

Staying grounded: Niall Maxwell loves the odd wet day

Gardener Maxwell puts strong emphasis on feeding the soil – as well as the mind – when it comes to his work

Gunneras in the mist

Gunneras in the mist

Zoos have shaken off their concrete block and cages image and are now a sanctuary for plants too