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How to create the perfect garden just in time for winter

Ad Feature Expert Advice on Creating the Perfect Winter Garden

A garden isn’t just for summer… Landscape gardener Chris Harrington shares tips on how to create a garden that makes the most of the autumn and winter seasons 

Brits Spend More on Outdoor Lighting than Indoor Lighting

Britons are making the most of the dark, winter evenings by investing in outdoor lighting, according to new research

Rattan: 9 of the Best Buys for Your Garden

Summer is on the horizon and this year it’s all about rattan, closely followed by cane and bamboo. You can also #BuyWhatYouSee in a couple of clicks with Ownable

5 of the Best Fire Pits & Wood Burning Stoves for the Garden

Create a better ambiance for your alfresco soirees this summer with a fantastic fire pit. The Resident picks out 5 of the best for your garden with the experts at Natural Fires… 

Gardening workshops in London: Petersham Nurseries launches its Urban School of Garden Inspiration at the Covent Garden site

Petersham Nurseries Launches Urban School of Garden Inspiration

As Petersham Nurseries launches the Urban School of Garden Inspiration at its new Covent Garden site, Head of Horticulture Thomas Broom-Hughes shares some of his top tips on indoor plants and how to style them

HOW MUCH VALUE DOES A GARDEN ADD TO A HOME?

Having a garden, balcony or roof terrace is second only in importance to prospective purchasers to the overall size of the property, according to a survey by Chestertons

Joaquin Sorolla, Louis Comfort Tiffany, 1911 Oil on canvas, 150 x 225.5 cm On loan from the Hispanic Society of America, New York, NY Photo © Courtesy of The Hispanic Society of America, New York

WIN TICKETS TO PAINTING THE GARDEN: MONET TO MATISSE

Chestertons has teamed up with the Royal Academy of Arts to offer The Resident readers the chance to win a pair of tickets to see the blockbuster new exhibition, Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse

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