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01: Beaumonde | 02: Sue Ryder | 03: Sue Ryder | 04: Bridgman | 05: Lights4fun | 06: Yellow Octopus | 07: Cuckooland | 08: Rose & Grey | 09: FirepitsUK | 10: Nisi Living | 11: Cult Furniture | 12: Garden Trading | 13: Walton & Co There’s nothing quite like a warm summer…

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A blaze of colour Kirsty McLean shares how to bring colour into your garden… Recently, I was asked if formal borders still had a place in the garden. I’d say that the concept of a border has certainly changed. A succession of adventurous garden designers have pushed the boundaries and taken us from rectangular lawns…

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Entertainment outdoors If the last year has taught us anything it’s to value our outdoor space, whether that’s a balcony, courtyard or garden. It’s become our coffee shop, restaurant, playground, pub, club and office. here’s kirsty McLean’s guide to making your outside space ideal for entertaining. Start by finding out where the sun shines for…

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Planting for structure The success of any garden design relies on the underlying structure. Kirsty McLean explains how to get the most from your space… Structure is created by exploring and understanding function. By observing where the sun falls throughout the day, you can work out where to put your seating area. Practical elements, like…

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Garden get-togethers This year, our gardens have become so much more than just a place for kids to play or to grow a few shrubs.  They’ve become essential to our mental wellbeing, a source of home grown food and a place of sanctuary.  As winter sets in, many of us find our gardens too cold…

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