Country Life March 29 2017

Country Life March 29 2017 is our beautiful spring gardens number featuring the brilliance of Roy Lancaster and Rosemary Verey. Find out more here:

GARDENS: Circular geometry inspired Rosemary Verey when she created the garden at Kingham Hill House in Oxfordshire, reports Vanessa Berridge

GLASSHOUSES: For Tim Maxwell, inheriting the listed glasshouses at Felton Park in Northumberland was a challenge

INTERVIEW: Revered plantsman Roy Lancaster tells Jonathan Self about a lifetime of discovery and wonder

GARDEN GATES: Kathryn Bradley-Hole selects the most stylish gates

FLOWERS: Auriculas became an obsession for the owners of Pops Plants in Wiltshire. Jacky Hobbs visits

OXFORD UNIVERSITY: In the first of two parts, Geoffrey Tyack explains the remarkable evolution of the Schools Quadrangle and Bodleian Library in Oxford

SHEEP: We need to preserve Britain’s many diverse sheep breeds if we’re to keep them, pleads Kate Green

INTERIORS: Amelia Thorpe says there’s no more stylish way to make a splash than with a free-standing bathtub

LUXURY: Jon Snow tells us about the essentials he couldn’t live without and Hetty Chidwick finds out what’s new in luxury

COOKING: You may be surprised by how Melanie Johnson serves cauliflower

PROPERTY: Penny Churchill finds a small slice of paradise at Dunsborough Park and Eleanor Doughty reports on the restoration of a Richmond landmark

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