Festive gardens 2018

In this issue:

♦ Tommy Garnett, describes the redemption of Sissinghurst & reviews " The gardens of Japan", where the finest gardens are 700-years-old.

♦ Professor Tim Flannery examines climate change and solutions.

♦ Clive Blazey explores the concept of waste in humanity versus waste in nature.

Plus there's more stories from Clive and all the Christmas gifts you could want for the gardener in your life, plus flowers, vegies and more.

Related Articles

Sissinghurst gardens is given the kiss of life

Tommy Garnett, our finest garden writer, describes the redemption of Sissinghurst

Letters From The Country

The Japanese garden is a microcosm of the landscape

Climate Change News

A decade ago climate experts were deeply worried - now they are terrified

Waste is a human Invention... there is no waste in nature

Clive explains how our waste is a symptom of an unsustainable lifestyle

Why wilderness is so important to gardeners

Why wilderness is so important to gardeners
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