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It's been a long time coming, but my bestselling, Italian bistro set in soothing, soft-white has finally arrived in the warehouse. Soft white is chic, sophisticated and equally at home in a country garden or on a sunny balcony.
Available in four additional colours - navy, poppy, curry and lichen. Don't dilly-dally as they're selling fast!
SCENTS OF SUMMER
In June our gardens are awash with delicious fragrances. The subtle, powdery notes of iris mingle with spicy, potent damask rose and soothing lavender. Greenhouses are once again heavy with the sweet, tangy scent of tomato foliage.
Bring the outside in with sublime summer scents captured perfectly by master candlemakers Carrière Frères.
Advice & Inspiration
Enjoying Your Garden In June
June is the most quintessentially English of months. Gardens are brimming with hollyhocks, lupins, delphiniums, peonies, irises and, of course, roses. Here's how to get joy from your garden this month.Read more
How to Help Your Garden Survive a Heatwave
While the announcement of a heatwave might be welcome news for some, others may panic and reach for the garden hose. Before following suit, read my expert tips on gardening during hot weather.Read more
In The Know - How To Water Wisely
We all know what watering is, but how wisely do we use water in our gardens? In this guide I share tips and techniques for watering successfully and sustainably.Read more
Years of gardening experience have taught me how to sort the wheat from the chaff when it comes to garden tools. Those I have selected for Dan Cooper Garden should last you a lifetime provided they are treated with care.
I consider each a fine example of its kind; form and function perfectly combined to make working in the garden a pleasure.
The Birds and the bees
By now our gardens are filled with birdsong and the gentle buzzing of bees. If you're lucky, you may spot a butterfly alighting on a flower, a ladybird hunting for aphids or a damselfly flitting across a pond. Hedgehogs and birds will be busily feeding their young so that they can soon fend for themselves.
As responsible gardeners it's important that we each do our bit to support wildlife by providing sources of food, water and shelter.