Rakesprogress Magazine Issue 11 features a beautiful cover by photographer Kevin Mackintosh, contains the usual eclectic mix of features and outstanding photography including the work of Celia Pym who’s passion for darning makes art out of socks.

Rakesprogress Magazine | Issue 11

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'The progressive guide to gardens, plants, flowers, people'

The latest Issue features a beautiful cover by photographer Kevin Mackintosh, contains the usual eclectic mix of features and outstanding photography including the work of Celia Pym who’s passion for darning makes art out of socks.  Kally Ellis reveals how she quit the city to create McQueens flowers and rapidly became one of the best known contemporary florists in Britain today. We also look at British hedgerows through the eye of photographer Thom Atkinson. Discover what it means to work with – and grow cork in Portugal from artist Pedro da Costa Felgueiras...a sneak peak into the designer Roland Mouret‘s very own secret garden….all of this and much more, including of our usual trademark mix of flowers, art, ceramics, photography and fashion.

One of the most creative, innovative and beautiful gardening magazines in the UK, Rakesprogress uses fashion, art and documentary photographers to create a unique and stunning view of gardens, plants, flowers and people. Channelling the deep-rooted human desire of working with and playing amongst nature, the magazine introduces an artful take on the new horticulture movement.


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Rakesprogress "Because there's something about connecting with the natural world that makes life better. Which is why Rakesprogress is as much a snapshot of the world beyond your computer's window as it is a guide to the tricky business of growing stuff. Flick through these pages and of course you'll see gardens, plants and flowers, but you'll also find photography, bees, tools, craft, veg, art, architecture, sheds, clothes, jam and, of course, rhubarb. Even if you never pick up a rake, if you want an antidote to the mad whirl of digital, there is something here for you"

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