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Hannah Gardner

Hannah Gardner is the founder of garden design practice New British Landscapes. Having initially trained with the RHS and at Waterperry Gardens in Oxfordshire she won a place on the highly regarded three year Diploma course at Royal Botanic Gardens Kew, going on to win 'Best student' in her year. She has since worked on several gold medal RHS Chelsea show gardens with Christopher Bradley-hole, and with Charlotte Harris in her all female design team in 2018. She consults on numerous ecological landscape projects and travels extensively studying gardens and plant communities.

Hannah spent a year in Japan as a Daiwa Scholar working with Landscape architects and gardeners in Kyoto, and with botanists from The University of Hokkaido. Hannah currently writes a botanical travel column for Gardens Illustrated, having written previously for The English Garden. She is head gardener of Bayntun Flowers an organic flower farm in Wiltshire. Her work has been featured in other publications including The Telegraph and The Oxford Times.

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Posted by Hannah Gardner at 04:33 on Tuesday 15 January 2019
The acclaimed garden designer and horticulturalist Hannah Gardner visits two Italian family run organic farms that she has been ordering produce from...

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