Sowing Seeds: Help me to help you..
Spring is just beginning to show itself with dwarf Iris, Hellebores and SNOWdrops actually in the snow this weekend! There are lots of amazingly scented plants in full bloom such as Daphne, Wintersweet, Mahonia and Viburnum and the gorgeous but usually unscented Camellia’s and Witch hazel are also showing off.
I am aware that this year there are lots of people who are just at the beginning of their gardening journeys. So if you're planning to grow your own flowers, fruit, herbs and veg for the first time, or would like too revamp your whole garden with a new design. I can help.
I've designed everything from small balconies to estates, shady woodland areas to exposed communal gardens and have tackled some really tricky pests. So if you have any poor areas or poorly plants give me a call.
I have some great reviews on Check-a-Trade and my own website shows a wide variety of the gardens and difficult site conditions I have worked with.
I will be honest. I do need to earn a living and while I love to share information and answer your tricky questions I need to charge an hourly rate if I'm to keep my cat in the luxury he's become accustomed too. However, my rates aren't excessive and are here on my website.
I would like to hear from you, about how I can help you. What would help you? What information do you need and in what format? A zoom video call? As long as your signal is ok in your garden, we can do a consult. Alternatively, I can also do a garden site visit, at a distance, in Sussex. All information is covered on my website: www.plantpeople.org
Last but not least we all love a bargain, so 10% off the first consult. If you introduce me to any of your friends and family, you both get 10% off a consult/ advice & information session/ 1:1 garden lesson.
I look forward to hearing from you.
Author: A gardener and artist, sharing inspiration