A Horticultural Journey of love, life and learning.


“I dreamed of being a teacher, but academically I just don’t cut the Mustard!

So I became a Gardener and learnt to Teach the World to Grow! “

I believe a love of nature, plants, animals and our environment is essential, today our modern thinking is as much about our ecological footprint as it is about our desire for well-manicured gardens and it’s relationship with mother nature.

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I always loved to get my hands dirty! The photographs were taken from slides taken by my Grandfather back in 1973.

igrowhort-teaching-the-world-to-grow-one-seedling-at-a-timeFeatured in the local newspaper for top Horticultural student at Radbrook College, Shrewsbury for two years running in 1987-88.

“Putting my passion, drive and enthusiasm for Horticulture to good use is paramount to me and if I can help ignite the desire to learn in others then I feel my life challenges will be fulfilled.”

 

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One Comment Add yours

  1. Lizzie says:

    Great , my love of garden like you grew from my grandmother, but not till I had to change my lifestyle was I given the opportunity to try .where would we be without grandmothers ?

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