The Garden

May 2018

In this issue, Jo Whittingham explores the grounds of a contemporary Scottish home built within an old walled garden. James Alexander-Sinclair hears from Director General Sue Biggs about how the RHS hopes to influence society at large. Jon Ardle talks to Horticultural Apprentice Cordelia Darling and Horticulturist Philip Scott at RHS Garden Rosemoor about the ways to keep roses looking their best through summer, while Phil Clayton asks six growers to choose the geraniums they most value growing. Finally, Richard Eborn reports on the RHS Plant Trial of coloured lettuce that can enliven your salads.

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Editor, The Garden

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