Graham Rice

April 26th, 2018 | News | 2 Comments

Graham Rice is an award-winning writer on plants and gardens.

 

A graduate of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, he gardens in Northamptonshire where he looks after his cottage garden, his trial garden and an allotment. Graham has won seven awards for his writing, and is the former Gardening Correspondent for The Observer and The London Evening Standard, and now writes for Gardeners’ World magazine, Amateur Gardening and The Garden, the Royal Horticultural Society website, the Daily Telegraph and more. He has published more than twenty books including the Royal Horticultural Society’s Encyclopedia of Perennials, the most comprehensive book of its kind ever published. His most recent books are Planting The Dry Shade Garden and Powerhouse Plants.

Graham judged at the Chelsea and Hampton Court Palace Flower Shows for many years and continues to judge Royal Horticultural Society trials of annuals and perennials.

Also, his voice can be heard every week on his folk music radio show, The Wagonload of Monkeys.

 

 

2 Responses to “Graham Rice”

  1. Michael Finney says:

    Is it possible to get standard crysathanmums please?

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