Terracotta Pots with Style, published by Frances Lincoln.

Great Little Gardens (with a foreword written by friend, actress Brenda Blethyn, OBE), published by Frances Lincoln.


Television & Radio

Sunday series called, Nearer God's Heart, on BBC Radio 4. Four 15 minute programmes about important gardeners or garden writers and recorded in the relevant gardens, interviewing individuals concerned, the current owner or head gardener of the property. The programmes were: -

Charles Jencks, The Garden of Cosmic Speculation; Margery Fish, East Lambrook Manor; Christopher Bradley-Hole, The Minimalist Garden; Vita Sackville-West, Sissinghurst Castle.

Other TV and radio appearances include Woman’s Hour, This Morning, and Gardeners’ World, Gardener’s Question Time for Barnardo’s Charity at Lambeth Palace courtesy of The Archbishop of Canterbury, with Baroness Boothroyd, Brenda Blethyn and Pippa Greenwood.



Harpers & Queen, House and Garden, Vogue U.K., Bises-Japan, Sunday Express, Daily Mail, The Times and The Telegraph, House Beautiful-USA, Garden Design-USA, Casa Vogue, Esquire, ‘Highlife’ (The British Airways Magazine) and The London Magazine, Country Life profile here.



Royal Horticultural Society, Wisley; Royal Botanic Garden, Kew; Victoria & Albert Museum, London; Oxford Botanic Garden; Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh; Garden History Society; Moleshill House; English Gardening School; Museum of Garden History; The Daily Telegraph/House & Garden Fair; Kennington Garden Society; British Moroccan Society, Traveller’s Club, Pall Mall.

International; Arnold Arboretum, Harvard University; U.S. Botanic Garden, Washington D.C.; Botanic gardens at: Chicago, San Francisco, Philadelphia, The Hamptons, Phipps Conservatory, Pittsburgh; Denver, Madison, The Berkshires, Blithewold, Bristol, Rhode Island.; Al Akhawayn University, Morocco; Kiev, Ukraine.



A chapter on Urban Shade for Making Gardens by Cassells.

A feature in Roses, A Celebration, by Wayne Winterrowd, published by North Point Press (USA).



The Daily Telegraph, The Sunday Times, The English Garden, Your Garden, Woman & Home, Country Life, BBC Gardeners’ World and has also written for Saga Magazine and The Gardener Magazine (USA).

To celebrate the millennium, he wrote an 11-page piece on his work on town gardens for the official Chelsea Flower Show magazine ‘Celebrating Chelsea 2000’ for Channel 4 TV and the Royal Horticultural Society.

Features for The Royal Horticultural Society programme to celebrate The Gala Evening at The Hampton Court Palace Flower Show - Town Gardening, How Meeting Vita Sackville-West at Sissinghurst in Childhood Changed my Life, and an historical essay on Hidcote.

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