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Please browse our full list of journal features below, noting that features marked by a padlock ( ) are only accessible to members of The SGD:

Plantingover 1 year ago

Preventing plant disease

Professor Nicola Spence says designers need to help stop Xylella

Plantingabout 2 years ago

Plants for health

Jackie Herald discovers how to select plants with allergies in mind

Plantingabout 2 years ago

Fungi or fiction?

Peter Thurman asks if mycorrhizal inoculants are of any use

Plantingabout 2 years ago

Top ferns for foliage

Matt Biggs gets the experts’ pick of ferns for designers

Plantingabout 2 years ago

Climate change plants: extreme

Dr Eleanor Webster suggests plants that can survive wet winters and summer drought

Plantingabout 2 years ago

Climate change plants: drier

Helen & James Basson MSGD recommend plants for dry conditions

Plantingover 2 years ago

Climate change plants: warmer

Balls of Westringia fruticosa on Nick Bailey’s 2016 RHS Chelsea show garden. Photo: John Campbell   Nick Bailey picks plants that may now thrive in Britain’s warming climate   Neither...

Plantingover 2 years ago

Long-lived plants

Inula magnifica ‘Sonnenstrahl’. Photo: Paul McBrideWe asked a nurseryman, a gardener and a designer to recommend perennials that will reliably thrive for years Gardens are, by their nature,...

Plantingover 2 years ago

Plantsman’s picks

Pachysandra axillaris ‘Crûgs Cover’. Photo: Matthew PottageCurator of RHS Wisley Matthew Pottage reveals some top garden plants designer might have overlookedWith plants, I like to have tried and...

Plantingover 2 years ago

How to plant a show garden

Tom Stuart-Smith’s 2008 Chelsea garden with cloud-pruned hornbeams. Photo: CrocusPeter Clay of Crocus reveals the secrets of successful show garden planting There are two abiding principles that...