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Gold Medal Border
17/07/2015
Homebase Garden Academy student takes Gold at RHS Show debute
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Assaf Frank
09/03/2014
Digital art can certainly show us the beauty of the natural and built world as a recent meeting demonstrated.
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Louis Turpin
10/09/2013
In an exhibition which celebrates some of the most important gardens in the British Isles, Louis Turpin articulates the passion and achievements of some of the greatest garden designers of our time.
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Florian Degroise
16/05/2013
We profile the third of the RHS National Young Designers of the Year finalists - Florian Degroise
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Tony Woods
08/05/2013
Following the news of the RHS National Young Designer of the Year 2013 shortlist we profile another of the candidates, Tony Woods.
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Christopher James
26/04/2013
Following the announcement of the RHS National Young Designer of the Year 2013 shortlist we profile the first of the candidates, Christopher James.
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Remembering Peter Beales
15/03/2013
Plant Heritage announces the sad passing of a huge supporter and Collection Holder.
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Horticulture Through a Lens
05/11/2012
Photographer Catherine Allen shares with us a collection photographs of flora that she has encountered from her extensive travels around the world.
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Andrew McCarthy
24/09/2012
Introducing a new contributor to The Gardening Times, wildlife expert Andrew McCarthy.
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Clare Olof
30/08/2012
Meet a designer with an interest in creating very interactive learning spaces.
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James Priest
15/07/2012
We talk with James Priest, curator of the Giverny gardens in France and discover more about the place made famous by renowned artist Monet.
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Kazuyuki Ishihara
28/06/2012
The Japanese style of gardening has fascinated western gardeners for centuries. At RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2012 interest was high profile as visitors viewed different gardens.
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Carl Linnaeus
01/06/2012
17th Century botanist, Carl Linnaeus is known as 'the father of plant classification' and his methods are still used globally today.
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