I work as a freelance editor and writer for Gardeners’ World Magazine. I am currently working on features for the magazine including gardening with children, growing vegetables in small spaces and peat-free compost.
I have written for the Garden Design Journal and have upcoming pieces in the RHS The Garden magazine and The English Garden.
I write horticultural content and plant copy for Thompson & Morgan. My articles explore a range of topics from growing your own herbs to garden design, engaging children in the garden and growing cut flowers
I write for the Candide Gardening App, covering topics such as children’s nature activities, peat-free compost, the Great British Wildflower Hunt and mindfulness for children.
I also write about nature and conservation, for example, ‘Pasqueflowers’ on pasqueflowers and chalk grassland for Back from the Brink, a Natural England and Rethink Nature project aiming to save 20 species from extinction and benefit over 200 more through 19 projects that span England from the tip of Cornwall to Northumberland, and ‘Snickets’ for Landlines: British Nature Writing, 1789-2014.
My article on the gold-winning London Glades Forest Garden at RHS Hampton Court 2017 was published on the Permaculture Association UK website as part of their focus on sustainable, edible gardening. I was thrilled to be interviewed for Vegetarian Living Magazine last year on growing vegetables and herbs to make your own curry paste…
In 2016, my story about recovering from ill health with the help of the growing my own fruit and vegetables was featured in Free-From Heaven Magazine. I firmly believe that nature and gardening has a fundamental role to play in building healthy communities and lives, so it was lovely to be able to explain how my time in the garden helps me…