June 19 2013 Latest news:
A documentary showcasing the efforts of passionate allotment holders in a Suffolk village is to feature at a Central American film festival this summer.
A riot of colour, sweet scents and blissfully bright weather greeted visitors to one of Suffolk’s best-loved open garden events.
Sixty trees are to be planted to commemorate the 60th anniversary of the Queen’s Coronation.
Contractors have started work on a £2.76million project to restore Felixstowe’s nationally-important seafront gardens to their former glory.
The EDP is giving every reader a free 40 page Beautiful Homes and Gardens supplement in tomorrow’s paper.
The centennial Chelsea flower show today brought out the best in blossom with a host of Suffolk and Essex exhibitors and celebrities galore.
A skills gap in the horticultural industry is threatening the economy, environment and food security, according to a new report.
grEEN waste bins will be available at a bargain price, as well as free compost and advice from environmental experts, to people in West Suffolk during National Compost Awareness Week 2013.
Four neighbouring gardens that stretch over four acres will be open to the public in aid of charity.
THE gates to around 20 colourful gardens, including one created by the late Boxford lily specialist, Jenny Robinson, will be flung open to the public this summer.