The English Garden takes its readers to incredible and yet achievable gardens with the use of brilliant photography and professional garden writers. This inspiration is backed up with practical notebooks with advice offered from the garden owner or head gardener. Readers hear from those with real gardening miles under their belts. It’s a real treat for anyone with greenfingers. The English Garden is published 13 times a year.
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I think even outside of all the advice on how to keep your garden, or perhaps how to use plots for fruit and vegetables, what really appeals to me about The English Garden is its appreciation of the serenity you can find when you step out into it. Of course, when gardening, you can do that with somebody else if you want, but most gardeners find themselves in their particular corner doing stuff on their own, and the magazine really celebrates the individual nature of how to enjoy that space. So I do like that magazine. Personally, gardening keeps me sane, if you like… that connection with the earth, and that for me is reality. A friend of mine said my garden was a wonderful escape, and I said “yes, but it’s an escape to reality… this is real. When I wake up it will still be there, and it will be growing.”