I've recently exchanged the tending of a large semi-wild Norfolk country garden with the cultivation of a tiny walled back garden and even smaller front garden in the centre of Edinburgh.
Don't think we've ever seen this before - Eric Ravilious' Design For A Plant-house, watercolour over pencil.
The structure of dandelion seedheads has always fascinated me. But I think Regine Ramseier’s installation captures their delicate nature in a wonderful way.
Ever since my days working in garden design, I've gazed at photographs of the Alhambra and Generalife. But I was worried that the hordes of camera clicking tourists would make the reality a disappointment.
A recent annual trip to Woottons Nursery close to Southwold makes me wish I had more soil and spaces in my garden to fill. The nursery is abundant with wonderful flora including a large greenhouse full of pelagoniums, a field of bearded iris and later when in bloom, another field of Hemerocallis (Day Lilies).
Elle Decoration have included this short review of 'Garden Wisdom' in their April 2010 issue. You can also read this full review in Gardens Illustrated or purchase a copy online from Amazon.