Previously launch editor of the Telegraph Saturday Gardening Section and Editor of Gardenlife Magazine when not beavering away at intoGardens Tiffany also edits the gardening and homes pages on Saga Magazine.
The one in the Hat
Garden Designer, broadcaster, lecturer, blogger, writer, RHS Council member etc - and the brains behind intoGardens.
The commercial one
Cheryl ran her own beauty business before joining Liberty’s PR department. Recently worked as Industry account sales and publishing manager for a conference daily newspaper/online newsletter publisher producing and running a Medical Newspaper and Conference.
Empress of Social Media
Dawn has worked in PR as a senior account director of premium brands. She is currently horticultural adviser for the award-winning Cbeebies show, Mr Bloom’s Nursery. She is author of Garden Crafts for Children.
Captain of CMS & Filmmaking
The web alias of London based artist and one man video production company Archie Sinclair. Archie is 24, works part time as a technician at a university and spends the rest of his time making videos, riding bicycles and drinking coffee.
Last year he won Best in Show at the Chelsea Flower Show for the second year in succession and has pocketed seven gold medals to date. He is currently designing Horatio’s Garden at the Duke of Cornwall’s Spinal Treatment Centre, Salisbury. Cleve has been a staunch ally and contributor to intoGardens since its genesis.
Author, blogger, former Vice-Chair of the Royal Horticultural Society and keen blogger. Nigel’s features appear each Saturday in The Daily Mail, monthly in The Garden and in Garden News. Nigel’s wise and timely interventions keep the intoGardens team in its place.
Gardener, author, blogger, lecturer and the brains behind Otter Farm Nursery in Devon. Mark’s recent book Taste of the Unexpected was the Food Writers’ Food Book of the Year. Mad, bad and an absolute rock upon which intoGardens is founded.
The Arsenal Fan
Joe is a well-known garden designer, TV presenter and writer. In 2012 he got a gold medal for his first Chelsea Flower Show Garden. Joe lives in London with his wife, two teenage kids and is a lifelong Arsenal fan. Where would we be without Joe’s inimitable support?