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.
The one on the left. Wasted youth in architecture and property development, but then found technology; in the form of cd-roms, databases and the internet. He is now one half of streamHM web design. With his wife that is, not the dog.
Cheryl worked for a publisher in the health and beauty industry before working as a freelance PR and then joining Liberty to work on special retail projects. Now she is ours.
Contributing Editor on Saga Magazine, Britainâ€™s best selling monthly and previously launch editor of the Telegraph Saturday Gardening Section and Editor of Gardenlife Magazine.
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.
The web alias of London based artist and one man video production company (Ditchweed) 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.
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. As well as writing (The Guardian, D. Telegraph) and blogging Dawn is author of Garden Crafts for Children.
Garden Designer, broadcaster, lecturer, blogger, writer, RHS Council member etc., and the brains behind IntoGardens.
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.
Author, blogger, journalist, lecturer, gardener – Nigel is well known for his amusing and (occasionally) grumpy rants. Nigel’s features appear each Saturday in The Daily Mail, monthly in The Garden and in Garden News. He won the Garden Media Guild Lifetime Achievement Award in 2011 and is holder of the Victoria Medal of Honour (the highest award given by the Royal Horticultural Society). He is also the author of a handful of slightly racy novels.
Former deputy gardening editor of The Daily Telegraph, Harriot surfs horti-porn and shops for her own garden compulsively, and is a volunteer co-ordinator for the Chelsea Fringe Festival.
Endowed with green fingered DNA and fortuitous access to a walled garden in Oxfordshire, Petra turned what was a hobby into an obsession. Escapee from long humdrum career in financial services sector. She also fabricates online content for streamHM web design.