September 1 2015 Latest news:
A leading horticulturalist and businessman, whose name became synonymous with a Suffolk town, will be remembered with a service of thanksgiving in September.
Staff from Flagship Homes and Mencap came together for a day of green-fingered goodness in Ipswich.
Judges of a horticultural competition have described the green-fingered efforts of Bury St Edmunds as “wonderful”.
An open gardens event in Bury St Edmunds that has become a popular fixture in people’s calendars is thought to have raised about £2,000 for a hospice charity.
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.
Gardening’s a family affair for Davina, Peter, Josie and David
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.
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.
The Suffolk Show this year expanded on its already extensive possibilities for educating children on the importance of agriculture and horticulture.
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