Thanks to all who got involved with our discussion of culture and cultural websites (click here).
Some great recommendations (including some amusingly lowbrow entries) but the Recommended award and a prize go to Simsy, who pointed us to TED (click here). Congratulations to Simsy.
Honourable mentions also to fourm member and Seth Haniel for fascinating recommendations that I was ultimately unable to use, and to morddwyd for getting us all rather confused about the nature of culture itself.
And now, from culture to horticulture. Do you use any websites to assist you in the planning, design or maintenance of your garden? Do you prefer to exchange tips with like-minded gardeners in a forum, or read authoritative opinions handed down by experts? Or just look at galleries of pictures people have taken of their gardens to get inspiration?
Anyway, add any thoughts and recommendations (complete with reasons!) to this thread, or email them to [email protected] . The best 10 will get their names in the magazine, and our favourite will win a Trust graphics tablet.
(Anyone who makes a pun about Digg will be disqualified.)