An online journal about inspirational people within horticulture.
"The Horticulturist" is an online journal about success stories and inspirational people within the broad field of Horticulture. Dive into the universe filled with science, plants and nature:
Garden Writer, Designer and Florist Carolyn Dunster talks about her passion for small spaces, her path towards floristry and her book “Urban Flowers”
David Austin Senior is revealing the enchanting past of the rosary David Austin Roses and talks about his passion and ideas.
Head gardener Asa Gregers-Warg talks about her journey, her passion for plants and her work at the Beth Chatto Gardens
Camila Kilch and Marianne Mogendorf from “The Wolves Lane Flower Company” are growing their British blooms in the heart of London and tell us all about their story and their inspiration.
Gill Hodgson is the founder of the network an charity “Flowers from the Farm”.
In the interview she talks about her business “Fieldhouse Flowers” as well as the will to grow.
Katie Davis talks about her Intuition, her Passion and her blooming business “Ponderosa and Thyme”
Ellie Jauncey and Anna Day from The Flower Appreciation Society” talk about their past, the creation of their successful London based business and their future plans.
Jennie Beal from “Quintessentially Wild” explores her inspirations, her success and her floral future.
Fiona Pickles from “Firenza Floral Design” talks about her influences, her ideas and her success as one of the “Top 20 Creative Florists in the Country”
Lucy Otto is growing people with and through horticulture.
In this interview is talking about her influences her values and her success at “The Fold”
Hannah Walker from “Bride and Bloom” is an artisan floral designer based in Worcestershire.
She is talking about her business “Bride and Bloom”, her influences and her aspirations.
Charles Hudson from “The Real Flower Petal Company” has created a long lasting family-business.
He is talking about his early influences, his path and why his business is so successful.