Villegiardini: Jo Talks colour with Elisabetta Pozzetti for Italy’s premier gardens magazine. See the article here.
The Museum of Architecture’s hugely popular, brilliantly festive and mouthwateringly edible The Gingerbread City® exhibition returns to London from 3 December opening on Motcomb Street, Belgravia, this
Jo’s trademark relaxed; romantic planting attracts clients from across the world. Here she shares this year’s garden trends and recommendations on how to develop a
How do you make a natural garden? Look to the natural world for inspiration: The key way to make a natural garden is to look
Jo will be in conversation with her Rhubarb, Rhubarb co-author Mary Jane Paterson on 26 November at Water Lane. Spend the morning hearing about the surprise
Join Jo and Ian James, one of the custodians of Water Lane, as they explore Jo’s plans for the transformation of the two-acre Victorian walled
Gardens Illustrated: Jo Thompson’s scheme for Water Lane, near Hawkhurst in Kent featured in Design News.
Appointed to develop the two-acre Victorian walled garden and 13 Grade II-listed glasshouses, Jo’s plans include a productive garden with 72 no-dig vegetable and cut
Fritillaria imperialis ‘Orange Beauty’ is chosen as the showstopper centrepiece of the scheme: “Its dusty-orange bells create enormous flowerhead that hover above everything else”. The