Rakes Progress - Issue 11
Rakes Progress 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.
Volume 11 is filled with glorious photography and inspiring features, including Roland Mouret’s beautiful Suffolk garden, Kally Ellis from Mcqueens flowers, the floral industry and its plastic problem, explosive architecture and words by Victoria Fritz uncovering a 100 year old garden built as a refuge by Austen Chamberlain.
If you like Rakes Progress you might also like Plant Garden, Pleasure Garden, and Bloom...