The 10 best outdoor accessories – in pictures Garden furniture has gone sleek and modernist: here’s how to shop the look Gallery Published: 26 Apr 2019 The 10 best outdoor accessories – in pictures Film blog Wes Anderson gets a wallpaper collection – let the over-decorating begin!Campy wallpapers inspired by his films are now on sale.
August is all about colour in the cutting patch, with half-hardy annuals and late summer perennials coming into play as the summer draws to an end.Subtler colour comes from Zinnia 'Zinderella Peach' and tricoloured snapdragon 'Chantilly Peach'.
A sprinkling of fragrant basil at the end is essential, as well as a drizzle of your best olive oil.To assemble the tart, top the pastry inside the scored border with a generous smearing of tapenade.
We are extremely sad to share the news that our dear friend William Yeoward passed away this morning after a long and very courageous battle with cancer.Every meeting with Willie left you feeling more upbeat, more positive and more convinced of the fun of life.
Matt Russell Samphire and tomatoes are, I suppose, where the British summer meets its Mediterranean counterpart.These two ingredients combine really nicely, especially when dressed with plenty of herbs, lemon juice and olive oil.
I love a crunchy outside and soft inside, and I serve them with something spicy, such as this carrot dip with horseradish and sweet and sour cucumber salad.For the salad, put the vinegar, sugar and chilli in a saucepan and bring to the boil.
Médecin implores us: ‘Whatever you do, if you want to be a worthy exponent of Niçoise cookery, never, never, I beg you, include boiled potato or any other boiled vegetable.A salade Niçoise should be an expression of the southern French summer – crunchy, vibrant, strident and fresh.
Ingredients 150g pearled spelt 200g cherries, with stone and stalk 2tbsp olive oil 3tbsp balsamic vinegar 200g baby spinach 100g feta cheese, crumbled MethodWhen cherries are in season, I love making this salad as much as possible.Leave the stalks on the cherries to signal that the stones are still inside.
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• ‘Tattersall’ (natural/pewter), by Rose Tarlow, wool, 137cm wide, £220, from Tissus d’Hélène with overlay of ‘Honeycomb’ (wheat), by Jed Johnson Home, linen mix, 330cm wide, £264, from Tissus d’Hélène.Clockwise from top left: • ‘Origami’ (petal), linen, 145cm wide, £135, from de Le Cuona with overlay of ‘Symi’ (dove grey on sheer), linen, 121cm wide, £220, from Soane.
Pour the panna cotta mixture into your preferred moulds.Leave the panna cotta in the refrigerator to set for at least 2 hours.
Claude Monet, Nymphéas, 1908 Courtesy of Sotheby's The titans of the impressionist and post-war art worlds are going head-to-head at Sotheby's this week, as the auction house hosts two sales in its London showroom.Across Tuesday and Wednesday, the Modern & Post War British Art Sales will take place, with an Impressionist & Modern Art Evening Sale on the 19th.
Ingredients 400g beetroot, peeled and cut into 1.Mix the beetroot, celeriac and olive oil directly on the paper and season with salt and pepper to taste, using your hands to coat everything well.
Here the tart rhubarb is a perfect match for the sweet-tasting pork.Using the same frying pan, melt the butter and add the shallots, frying until lightly coloured.
Andrew Montgomery Having planted artichokes in my garden some years ago, I find they are the most productive and easiest of vegetables to grow.I suggest boiling them whole so your guests can peel off the leaves and dip them in vinaigrette.
But my only knowledge of the genus was massive, double hybrids in lurid Vegas showgirl shades from 1980s British bedding-plant catalogues.Since then, thanks to the introduction of weird and wonderful species, I have well and truly been converted to this fascinating genus.
The sweet peas were raised in Jane’s greenhouse – so much better than on our windowsill, as were the tomatoes.Whenever I need advice (or hazel poles and/or sweet peas), she is the one I rely on: my gardening Yoda.
Plus: it’s time to thin out any hardy self-seeded annuals – then relax with a visit to the Great Dorset Plant Fair Deschampsia cespitosa ‘Goldtau’ is a blond, airy perennial.Photograph: Christina Bollen/Alamy Plant this Deschampsia cespitosa ‘Goldtau’, or tufted hairgrass, is a blond, airy perennial that stays helpfully compact, at about 80cm tall, and is evergreen to boot.
Our gardening expert on pinks – the carnation’s heavenly scented cousin All pinks are descended from Dianthus plumarius.You will be picking them all summer long, little posies of ruffled blossoms all over your kitchen.
- by Graham Ross Graham re-visits a very unique nursery that has sprouted and grown from a woman’s love and passion for plants.This time, he discovers that owner, Rachel’s fascination and love of plants has also invaded her home!