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‘My cheapo garden fairy lights do this too’ – Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirror Rooms

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All done with lights and looking glasses, Yayoi Kusama’s year-long display of Infinity Mirror Rooms is already booked-out until late October. Viewers must queue and wait, at £10 a head, for two, two-minute dives into ...

UK garden centres and DIY stores expected to rake in £1.4bn over Easter

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Britons are expected to spend about £1.4bn at garden centres and DIY stores this Easter as people splash out on improving their surroundings after months of lockdown, and as bank holiday getaways and trips to the pub ...

Chelsea flower show: a garden with a green message for the green-fingered

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A week before the opening of the UK’s most prestigious flower show, the site is full of JCBs and people in hi-vis vests with steel-capped boots. Some gardens still look like construction sites, including part of the R...

‘Indefensible’: Tory MPs give verdicts on No 10 garden party

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Boris Johnson is facing increasing pressure from Conservative MPs to publicly admit if he attended a rule-breaking garden party in Downing Street. Di 100 staff were invited by the PM’s principal private secretary t...

Meghan’s claim of private garden wedding sparks confusion

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The Duke and Duchess of Sussex revealed to Oprah Winfrey that they “married” three days before their Windsor Castle wedding ceremony was watched by millions – although it has prompted confusion as to which was the off...

Chelsea flower show to feature planet-friendly garden designs

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While many expect to see rows of bright flowers and pillowy blossoms at the Chelsea flower show, this year star gardens will also feature such biodiverse elements as fungi and a beaver habitat. Garden designers at the...

Garden insurance: why your home policy may not cover you

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When it comes to the contents of their garden, many people are underinsured – or may not be covered at all. To find out if you are one of them, check the paperwork for your home contents insurance and buildings insura...

Root of the problem: the brutal creation of a billionaire’s pleasure garden

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Villagers gather round kitchen tables, squabbling about the fate of huge trees, some of which have stood for centuries in front of their homes. What does one tree matter if its removal means the roads will be improved...

Ready to entertain in your garden? Go wild with new furniture, pops of colour and faux plants

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From parasols and planters to lanterns and throws, here’s how to give your outdoor living space an eye-catching makeover without breaking the bankHave we ever been so excited about spring? As we all emerge from a damp...

RHS ready to cultivate new audience with huge Salford garden

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The Royal Horticultural Society billed it as “Europe’s biggest gardening project”, a 154-acre garden in one of the most deprived local authorities in England that was going to open up a new audience for one of the cou...

The Great British Art Tour: the sweet sting of an English country garden

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With public art collections closed we are bringing the art to you, exploring hidden gems from across the country in partnership with Art UK. Today’s pick: Towner Eastbourne’s Hornet with Wild Rose by Tirzah GarwoodEil...

Dicci: have you started a community garden?

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Community gardens, where volunteers gather to garden a private or public piece of land together, are becoming increasingly common in the UK. With this in mind, we would like to hear from those involved in these projec...

Garden furniture sales lift UK retail as outdoor socialising looms

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Spending on home improvements and garden furniture in February, in preparation for the restart of outdoor socialising next week, helped the retail sector stage a modest comeback during the UK’s third lockdown. Retail ...

A garden snail: it knows the rose only by its smell and soft petals

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A garden snail is eating your roses. “Little snail / Dreaming you go / Weather and rose / Is all you know,” wrote Langston Hughes. It is night time, the snail’s time, after dew or rain – when the snail is happiest, essere...

Next and Homebase announce garden centre tie-up

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Next shoppers will be able to pick up a pot plant with their polo shirts from Monday, after the retailer announced a tie-up that will see the DIY chain Homebase put mini garden centres in its fashion stores. Set to co...

What’s the buzz? Why the cottagecore garden trend is great for bees and biodiversity

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Nome: Cottagecore gardens. Età: Very now, but inspired by then, if you see what I mean. Not really, no. It’s a trend, but it has its roots in the past – literally. ok. Presumably it has something to do with cottaging...

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