Places of Change garden where community projects illustrate how learning green skills can change lives
Mark Gregory’s modern garden is designed to keep (very lucky) teenagers happy
Parakeets nesting in the trees above James Wong’s garden add an additional touch of authenticity
A sinuous rill divides the warm tones of the planting in Tom Hoblyn’s garden
This tranquil pool is tucked away at the far end of Tom Hoblyn’s garden. There were quite a few naked nymphs (or bits of them) in his garden.
The cool greens and whites of Robert Myer’s planting is a recurrent theme of this year’s gardens
Tom Stuart-Smith is a consummate plantsman but I’m not sure about the minimalist structure.