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Et in Arcadia ego: Stephen Desmond admires the new planting of the wooded bank of Chatsworth, Derbyshire.
Seeds of change: Be brave and try the new seeds on sale now, advises Val Bourne.
Dear Miss Salley Gardens: Novelist Salley Vickers recalls her godmother and the beloved walled garden of her childhood.
Telegraph-pole appreciation for beginners: Some ignore them, others revere them. Andrew Martin examines the appeal of telegraph poles.
The need for English tweed: South of the border, makers are challenging Scottish supremacy in woven cloth, finds Mary Miers.
Charlie McCormick’s favourite painting: The garden designer chooses a celebration of clashing colour.
Silence of the geese: Jamie Blackett welcomes the hounds to the beach, but rues the loss of the wildfowl.
Telephone boxes: Once ubiquitous, now loved, the red telephone box is a work of genius, says Jack Watkins.
Potting sheds: Amelia Thorpe’s pick of sheds
Kitchen garden cook: Melanie Johnson on parsnips
Forgotten tools of the rural estate: Can you work out what these once-common objects are for?
English homes old and new: In the first of a 12-part series, John Goodall looks at the 12th- century residence of Archbishop Thomas Becket and his fellows.
The good stuff: Hetty Lintell takes to the slopes.
Interiors: Boot rooms to long for.
Forces of Nature: An astonishing alpine set heads the current theatrical highlights for Michael Billington.
From out of the ashes: Claire Jackson on the musical ways Coventry Cathedral is marking its 60th anniversary.