The Chelsea Flower Show garden inspired by a stained-glass window
Matthew Wilson explains how a stained-glass window at York Minster inspired his garden at this year’s flower show
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While the designer gardens attract all the headlines, the real floral highlights can be found indoors in the Great Pavilion
Inspired by his father’s concern for nature, Nick Buttle decided to use his joinery skills to create hives made from red cedar
Pennsylvania Horticultural Society has used profits from its flower show to carry out extensive planting in neglected urban areas
Plants have long been entwined with the literary canon, from symbols of romance and sexuality to political metaphor