People I’ve Worked With

Here are the websites of a few of the people, companies, charities, societies, groups, and organisations I have worked with:

Michael Channon –
Michael is a hardworking and dedicated man; he’s worked in the construction, landscape, and gardening industries for over 30 years.  Michael offers a wide range of gardening services through his company, A & B Homes and Gardens.

Gerry Edwards
Gerry is a fruit expert and specialist, he advises on designing and planting new orchards, restoring old orchards and fruit collections, developing community orchards, and identifying apple varieties.

Philip Friend –
Philip is an amazing baker and home cook, he’s talented and full of flair and charisma!  Philip was a finalist on the 2018 BBC TV Show, Britain’s Best Home Cook.  Philip uses seasonal produce from his allotment to create delicious, fun, and interesting recipes that he shares via his website, Phil’s Kitchen.

Rosemary Moon –
Rosemary is an amazingly brilliant food writer and cook, she is also an expert in whisky and is passionate about using local produce and ingredients.  Rosemary has recently moved to Orkney, where she is discovering this beautiful area’s local produce, food and drink specialities.  Rosemary can often be found at country shows demonstrating how to cook amazing meals, made with locally grown, seasonal vegetables and other produce.

John Negus – 
John is a wonderful man!  John is an expert horticulturist, a renowned horticultural broadcaster, lecturer, and after-dinner speaker.

Edward Parker –
Edward Parker is the most amazing and inspiring photographer.

Simon & Louise Lockyer –
Simon & Louise run W&S Lockyer, an award winning nursery that specialises in growing Auriculas, Snowdrops, Nerines, Hostas, succulents, & more!


Crichton Carbon Centre

The Edible Bus Stop – http://www.the

Gardening with Disabilities Trust

Garden News

Garten Praxis

Godalming in Bloom

Greening Godalming –

Guildford in Bloom –

Go-Godalming Association –

IUCN UK Peatland Programme – htts://

Milford Horticultural Society –

The English Garden Magazine –

The National Vegetable Society –

The Orchid Review –

The Orchid Society of Great Britain –

The Royal Horticultural Society –

The Surrey and Hants News –

The Surrey Horticultural Federation –

The Wildlife Trusts

O. A. Taylor and Sons Bulbs Ltd. –

Peat Free April –

Plant Heritage –

Temple of Palms –

Thursley Horticultural Society –

VantagePoint Magazine –

Winchester Resident Magazine –

Which? Gardening

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