Gardening with Alan Gray and Will Giles

Sudbury railway 'station adopter' John Sayers hands his spade over to new volunteer Anne Smith

Sudbury station gardener John Sayers hands over his spade to new volunteers after 10 year stint

A keen gardener who has kept a west Suffolk railway station looking neat, colourful and inviting over the past decade has handed his spade over to new volunteers.

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Bunny Grahame (Bunny Campione)  is pictured with the roses in flower for the upcoming open day at Dawes Hall in Lamarsh.

Roses provide a spectacle at Daws Hall nature reserve

An array of stunning pink, yellow and white roses have come into full bloom at Daws Hall, near Bures, just in time for an open day this Sunday.

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The new garden at St Peter's nursing home in Bury is unveiled. Liz Cooke (left) and Jacqui Campbell, both of RoJo Art, are pictured with the new garden they helped create.

Gallery: Artwork completes St Peter’s Nursing Home’s sensory garden

Artists and care home residents have added the finishing touches to a new sensory garden at a Bury St Edmunds home by creating a range of artworks.

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Hettie and Chloe, both seven, of Ickworth Park Primary School

Video: Ickworth Park Primary School pupils praised for their winning garden design at Suffolk Show

The Suffolk Show this year expanded on its already extensive possibilities for educating children on the importance of agriculture and horticulture.

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Getting the message across! John Kirby and Joe Barrett by their pond - with a board advertising the open gardens day

Need to downsize? Boxford duo show how it can be a delight to take on a smaller garden

Downsizing doesn’t mean having to accept second-best in the garden. Steven Russell discovers the hints of Italy and Cornwall behind a Suffolk village... and, by the by, hears how an ex-SAS action man-turned-author came to live in the county

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Handstanding

Monstrous or magical? Seen any of these? And do you love them or loathe them?

From a man turning cartwheels to stainless steel women flying in formation like half a dozen Supergirls, amazing ‘public’ art is all around us.

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Matt Hughes is making a show garden at this year's Sandringham Flower Show. Picture: Ian Burt

Sandringham Flower Show helps Norwich garden designer change career

Sandringham Flower Show officials have sponsored a gardener who hopes to make a career change from IT to becoming a full-time designer.

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Fiona Edmond at Green Island. She says of her battle with ME 'I sometimes think these things happen for a reason. Ive come out of it a much better person. I was so selfish and wound up in my own golf'

Acres of garden proved the perfect therapy for Fiona Edmond after she was struck down with ME

It was about 20 years ago that things started going wrong. Until then, life for Fiona Edmond had seemed just about perfect, writes Steven Russell.

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Samantha Gay (Suffolk Wildlife Trust) is pictured with the bluebells in flower at Arger Fen, Assington.

Bluebells transform Arger Fen’s ancient woodland

Now is the time to see ancient woodland at the Arger Fen reserve near Assington amassed with bluebells.

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