Nigel Colborn

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Nigel Colborn is a British TV presenter and gardening expert/writer. He is a former presenter of the long running BBC Gardeners World. He is often a panelist on BBC Radio 4’s Gardeners Question Time[1] and is a regular presenter of Granada TV’s Gorgeous Gardens.

He wrote and presented BBC Radio 4’s 'In a Monastery Garden'. He has written many gardening books, including 'Short Cuts to Great Gardens'; 'Great Plants for Small Gardens'; 'A Flower for Every Day'. As a journalist he has written about gardening, travel and the countryside for The Daily Mail,[2] The Times, Sunday Times and also on his own blog, Silver Tree Daze.[3]

He is a trustee & Vice Chair of The Royal Horticultural Society and has judged at the Chelsea Flower Show.

References

  1. ^ http://www.bbc.co.uk/radio4/gqt/facts/facts_9.shtml
  2. ^ Nigel Colborn's question time: How do I trim my camellia? | Mail Online
  3. ^ Silvertreedaze
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