WHAT’S NEW IN THE JANUARY UPLOAD

  • Gardens of Care: charities providing gardens and gardening care, plus designer profiles.
    • Gardens for Care: Thrive
    • Gardens for Care: Greenfingers
    • Gardens for Care: Designer Profile: Amanda Patton, designer of a greenfingers garden.
  • Garden History:
    • Miss Ima Hogg and the Bayou Bend Gardens, Houston.
    • Bees in Gardens: Traditional Bee-Keeping in Britain by Penelope Walker, Voluntary Curator, IBRA Bee Boles Register.
  • Miriam Heppell’s Photographic Portfolio: Skimmia.
  • Martin Stimson: Back to Basics in Suburbia – the cornus and the hawthorn.
  • Book Reviews:
    • Helena Attlee: Italy’s Private Gardens
    • Gillian Mawrey and Linden Groves: The gardens of English Heritage
    • Judith B Tankard: Beatrix Farrand: Private Gardens, Public Landscapes
  • MORE ACCESSIBLE GARDENS

Any ideas for articles are verry welcome: if you have a suggestion, please let us know.

NEXT UPLOAD: end of March 2011.
Deadline for articles: 14th March 2011.

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Accessible Gardens

The sister-website, www.accessiblegardens.org.uk will be launched at the beginning of April 2011.

This will have articles of interest to older gardeners and people of all ages with disabilities: it will include reports on gardens open to the public written by disabled people to be of benefit to other garden visitors.

There will also be articles on making gardens and gardening accessible to children, young people, the community and anyone who is disadvantaged in any way.

We want to know about any community or school gardens, and especially what a particular gardens means to you. Please contact Bella D’Arcy Reed.

A ‘not-for-profit’ venture

gardens and people is a ‘not-for-profit’ venture: all articles are FREE to download and any profit made from projects such as books sales will go to fund the next projects – ie the money from Gardens of Divine Imitation will fund the CD of Sheila Dewey’s play Bumps about Gertrude Jekyll and Edwin Lutyens, and so on.

There are lots of ideas in the pipeline for books and CDs, working with writers, photographers, designers, musicians and artists. Please check this site regularly!

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