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Gardens
Walk among giants in Claremont’s Arderne Gardens
Revived for a new generation to discover this old garden is a wonderworld of arboreal ancients and exotics
Create the ultimate courtyard garden
From the perfect paving to finding the right plants
A living legacy
Nic Bladen casts indigenous botanicals into bronze and silver, creating extraordinary artworks he hopes will last as fossils into the future
5 ways to save water in your garden this summer
Consider a few simple, cost-effective ways to save water while keeping your garden going strong
Get back to nature: a guide to indoor gardening
Here’s how to bring your space up to speed on the indoor greenery trend
Indoor plants are enjoying a healthy resurgence as a way to soften interiors and bring nature inside. Use contrasting foliage and pots in varying shapes and textures: product designer Joe Paine recommends the range of high-quality planters from Indigenus. While indoor gardening may smack of the ’70s, the new verdant invasion h
A guide to creating a structural multi-level garden
Turn a sloped landscape into a dramatic, multi-level masterpiece with Corobrik paving
5 lush vertical gardens to inspire
Pair these leafy-green vertical gardens with perfect paving from Corobrik to add serious design cred to your outdoor space
Exploring Niki de Saint Phalle’s remarkable Tarot Garden
The French artist's crowning achievement is located in a park near Capalbio, Tuscany
Five pet-friendly indoor plants
For an instant decor enhancer that won’t faze your beloved pets, try these non-toxic options
Wander through Japan’s magical Kawachi Fujien gardens
More than 150 wisteria trees make up the spectacular display
Image via Tourism on the Edge. Famed for its spectacular showcase of flowering wisteria, the Kawachi Fujien gardens in Kitakyushu, Japan is a private garden only open during wisteria season and in autumn. Japan is famous for its cherry blossom trees, however wisteria is also found all over the country and is equally mesmerising. The hanging flower is an important part of Japanese culture, appearing in popular folk paintings (Otsu-e) and traditional dances. Wisteria can live for decades – there’s a plant in Japan that is 1 200 years old – and are seen as symbols of longevity and endurance. The whimsica
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