The Gardens Trust plays a vital role in researching, recording and conserving designed landscapes, and is also one of our Festival partners. Historic Landscape Project Officer Linden Groves explains the vast range of work being done by its members
Capability Brown never sat for a portrait bust. In the last in a series of updates, sculptor Jon Edgar explains how he brought Brown to life
Sherborne Castle in Dorset was Capability Brown's first commission in the West Country, with further work there following 20 years later. The castle's Maria Wingfield-Digby explains more about the site's history with the 'very agreeable' Brown
Two new documents produced for the Capability Brown Festival 2016 are available to download now, offering top tips on opening sites to the public, and working with schools and families.
There’s a chance to visit a rarely-open London landscape worked on by Capability Brown this month as part of Open Garden Squares Weekend
A new book showcasing the landscapes of Capability Brown through oil and watercolour paintings is launching this weekend in Kirkharle – Brown’s Northumbrian birthplace
Haddonstone has created a new portrat bust of Capability Brown, which has already been on display at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. Director Simon Scott explains more
People are being encouraged to celebrate Capability Brown’s 300th birthday this year with a Capabili-Tea – an afternoon tea with an 18th century twist.
A new book exploring the secrets of Capability Brown’s success is on sale now – with readers given the chance to meet the author at a series of events in the coming weeks
The hunt is on for daffodils planted by Capability Brown - can you help photographer, writer and lecturer Steffie Shields?