Exmouth has received golden recognition for the quality of its flower beds and horticultural excellence.
A flower festival commemorated the life and work of a former priest and renowned botanist who retired to Woodbury.
This year it was the turn of Littleham and Marpool primary schools to take part in an annual flower planting in Exmouth.
Robot lawnmowers are being trialled in two East Devon towns as a way to trim the district council's recruitment and operational costs.
Charities are set to benefit when two gardens open in Kilmington.
The Exmouth in Bloom friends campaign, which has raked in thousands of pounds for the charity in the past, has been launched for 2019
The Otterton Garden Show attracted more than 250 exhibits of flowers, plants, home cooking, photography and children's crafts
Hawkern has been restored over the last 14 years, uncovering historic features, and new perennial borders have been planted
Exmouth Garden Club says it is looking forward to a 'blooming good year' as it launches its programme for 2017.
The winners of this year's Sidmouth in Bloom Floral Competition have been announced.
Lympstone Garden Club is holding its 70th annual show on Saturday, August 20, in the village hall, Lympstone.
Iris and peony expert Sue Applegate is the guest speaker at Exmouth Garden Club's next meeting. It's at 7.30pm on Tuesday, May 31, at The Church Hall, St John The Evangelist Church, Withycombe Road.
Award-winning 13-piece band the Loose Cannons are giving a charity concert at Ladram Bay, Otterton, this Saturday (February 27) in aid of SPACE (St Michael's Parish And Community Endeavour), which aims to safeguard the village church.
Looking forward to warmer days ahead, TV gardener and Devon nurseryman Toby Buckland will be the special guest of Lympstone Garden Club on Saturday, March 7.
Developers who have made millions out of Exmouth's retirement-flats boom should contribute to local health services, say town hall chiefs.
WITH spring upon us, Exmouth in Bloom is stepping up its activities and its fundraising campaign.
gardeners are in for a treat this weekend, when Cleave Hill cottage opens to the public.
Preparations are well advanced at Sidmouth Garden Centre for their Gardeners Question Time on Thursday, April 7.