Gardens and gardening have been a thread running through the very centre my life; from a childhood spent learning from the wealth of my mother's gardening knowledge to more recent years spent developing my own little plot. Having spent more than 20 years in the publishing and events industries, I found myself lucky enough to bring my inherent love for horticultural and my media expertise together, through my work here at The Oxfordshire Gardener (which comes with the added benefit of being able to continue to add to my storehouse of garden knowledge through the regular quizzing of our expert designers, brilliant horticulturalists and masterly landscaping team!).
Growing up, the garden was my childhood. A peaceful place filled with magical memories ranging from playing with our dog to my first momentous attempt at riding a bike. I believe a garden holds history. A garden is not just a garden but a preserved jungle of family memories that continues to grow and flourish. A picturesque meeting point for the generations. A journey for the ages. I have recently embarked on my own exciting new journey as an intern for The Oxfordshire Gardener. Currently studying English at Bournemouth University, this stimulating and invaluable experience enables me to enhance my own garden of knowledge, as I am planted with creative responsibility.