Gardens

City Living could make urban environments infinitely more pleasant

Apartment blocks are the main form of housing in big cities and the obvious thing they lack is greenery. Garden designer Kate Gould has put her thinking cap on and designed a solution

Plain Huts have metal chassis and insulated wooden living accommodation

Should you have a garden that's big enough, it makes sense to put in a garden room if you need a home office, somewhere to put growing kids, sprightly grandparents or overnight guests, or you need a place to escape to. Sheds ain't what they used to be you know

Leucothoe plants are leafy and abundant

Flowers are largely in abeyance at this time of year, so think leaves! And gardeners suggest that if your garden or containers are looking a bit drear, pop along to your garden centre for some Leucothoe plants

Renowned for its violas and Wild Swan anemone, this Dumfries & Galloway nursery has launched its 2017 catalogue; if you're after plants for a cottage garden, you're spoiled for choice

Trex Contour is made with the EU market in mind

In the US it's become a generic term for decking, though Trex isn't so well known on our side of the pond. Yet. But it's wooing us Europeans with its new Trex Contour decking, which is super eco, super hardwearing and super smart