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Tony Richards, MD
Garden Designer Chris James
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Scotland may be famed for the thistle that's been immortalised in legend and poetry, but there are many horticultural adventures to be found in the Scottish wilderness...
If you’ve been glued to the 2018 Winter Olympics hosted in the South Korean capital Seoul, there’s a high chance that the games have sparked a desire the visit the beautiful and vibrant East Asian nation.
With a history that spans over 2,000 years, a mystifying culture and striking diversity from the ultra-modern Tokyo to the ancient Higashi Chaya Districts - there is no other place quite like Japan.
The vast landscapes of Norway resemble something out of a fairy-tale and their rich history, magical folklore and extravagant plant life make the Norwegian wilderness one of the most wondrous places on earth.
There are few natural wonders on earth that are as spectacular as the northern lights. This remarkable phenomena, also known as the aurora borealis, occurs when electrically charged particles carried by the Sun's ...
Christmas in the UK is no small affair. You'll spot twinkling lights decorating houses in November, wander through Christmas markets and may even see advent calendars for sale before the Halloween costumes have sold out. ...
In the decades since its completion, the Royal Botanic Gardens has played a vital role in preserving plant life and building a deeper understanding and appreciation for plants amongst the general public.
If there's one thing you would not expect to see high-up in the New York City skyline - it's gardens. But there are plenty hidden atop the city's skyscrapers where you can peer down at the busy streets whilst enjoying ...
This is it... the clocks have changed and our gardens are bursting into life with, if we have worked hard, a spectacle of colour thanks to our early summer flowering plants and trees.
This is the time of year when seasoned gardeners pick up their pruning shears and shiny new secateurs and swing into action in the garden to cut, tidy, nip, twist, prune and stake in order to prepare plants for the new ...