rakesprogress is a quarterly modern gardener’s magazine that engages more generally with the natural world. it features gardens, plants and flowers but also photography, art, architecture, tools, craft and much more.



gardening mag, Rakesprogress returns with its 8th issue with 224 pages of sublime photography and some intriguing features. In this edition there’s a visit to Saddleworth near Manchester after wildfires this summer devastated the area; photographer Simon Bray talks about the significance of family photographs; a look at refugee gardens in Syria changing lives; as well as fashion photography, floral artists and much more.

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issue #6 of gardening and nature magazine Rakesprogress includes an interview with restauranteur Mark Hix on the tropical garden within his Bermondsey home; an interview with conceptual artist Agnes Denes; a stunning photographic look at the work of German land artist and hermit, Manfred Gnädinger; Laura Ellen Bacon’s stick sculptures; the Hebridean isle of Harris; the growing of poppies during world war one; the nature planning of Milton Keynes; the a-to-z of apples; recipes; and a report on the mag’s initiative to bring growing skills to schoolchildren.

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