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Arrangements made for Dean exhibition

The floral arrangements can be seen in Rochester Cathedral’s Crypt

02 June 2017

Floral arrangements celebrating the work of Dean Samuel Reynolds Hole are on display in Rochester.

A pilgrimage to a 'mind-blowing' botanical garden

Native lupins in Jerusalem's Botanical Gardens

26 May 2017

Hever Castle's head gardener, Neil Miller, heads to the Holy Land to find some colourful inspiration

The Clematis King's crowning glory at Chelsea Flower Show

Raymond Evison in his vast greenhouses

24 May 2017

Raymond Evison supplies 25% of the global clematis market, including Kent's Potted Garden Nursery, and his dedication has won him a 29th Chelsea gold.

It's first time lucky for Fiona at Chelsea Flower Show

Fiona Cadwallader of Fordwich, near Canterbury Picture by Ian West

23 May 2017

A Kent gardener has made a stunning debut at the world’s greatest garden show.

Floral Fringe festival in miniature

The Leeds Castle maze

17 May 2017

Leeds Castle will be celebrating one of the biggest floral festivals in the gardening calendar from this weekend – but in a very small way.

Happy bee days are here again

A buff tailed bumble bee

05 May 2017

Gardeners love to see a big fat bee hard at work on the plot. So how can we help these vital pollinators this year?

Kent gardener tops the polls at Chatsworth

Jo Thompson's Freeform garden for Brewer Dolphin at Chatsworth Picture by Ian West

01 May 2017

Jo Thompson wins the People’s Choice at the first RHS Chatsworth Flower Show

What's new in the garden for 2017?

24 April 2017

Our garden experts unearth the latest products, gadgets and must-haves

The real Secret Garden

Great Maytham Hall in Rolvenden

23 April 2017

Can you keep a secret? There’s a garden in Kent which sparked a classic children’s novel, and it hosts a rare public gardens open day this week.

Tulips are better than one

The first tulip festival at Hever Castle

22 April 2017

Some 7,000 tulips are blooming for visitors as part of Hever Castle and Garden's first Tulip Celebration into May.

Early tulips are a seasonal surprise for experts

21 April 2017

We knew already that good weather has put our gardens ahead. Now Neil Miller, head gardener at Hever Castle & Gardens has put a figure on it.

Get some garden inspiration

The Garden Show at Firle Place, Lewes

19 April 2017

The annual spring Garden Show at Firle Place will be held for the 10th year this weekend, with a fair, plant doctors, morris dancing and garden talks.

Spring has sprung and the bluebells are in bloom

Put your best foot forward at Emmetts Garden

08 April 2017

Take a deep breath and breathe in spring this weekend, as bluebells bloom across the county.

"Kevin" enjoys a Spring Fling

New magnolia hybrid Kevin Hughes will be planted at Great Comp Gardens' Spring Fling

08 April 2017

The highlight of a gardens' Spring Fling this weekend will be the planting of a rare magnolia called Kevin.

A new face for our gardening latest

13 March 2017

Neil Miller, head gardener at Hever Castle & Gardens is our brand new gardening blogger. Here he tells all about his busy life.

Spring colour to inspire

13 March 2017

Nothing says spring like a sea of daffodils, says Neil Miller, head gardener at Hever Castle & Gardens

Opening the gate on gardens for 90 years

Great Comp hosts Hens and Gardens among its annual events

11 March 2017

From mansions to back gardens, the National Gardens Scheme has been giving garden lovers a glimpse of secret spaces for 90 years.

Have a go at growing your own

08 March 2017

Gardening expert Lucy Hewett finds some spring jobs for you to get out into your plot

Garden centres take delivery of new pots and tubs

03 March 2017

Garden centres across the county are checking in deliveries of pots and tubs ready for summer bedding.

Hedging for softening and screening

21 February 2017

Lucy Hewett suggests planting bare root deciduous hedging now, to soften new landscaping projects

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