Graham has over 25 years experience in creating his Forest Garden in Colstream in the Scottish Borders. His expertise is second to none in the world of permaculture.
The garden in the Scottish Borders supports dozens of varieties of apples, pears, plums, hazelnuts, chestnuts, walnuts, red, white and black currants, gooseberries, a range of hybrid berries (including worcesterberries and loganberries), raspberries, strawberries, blackberries and some more exotic species, such as American and Asian chokeberries and walnut species. They are not all equally productive, but planned and managed as an array of produce which gives little more labour need than picking the produce and an occasional prune to let the light in. This in turn yields kindling for the stove and compostable material.
Drawing on this expertise, Graham can help you to design and develop a forest garden. If you would like advice then please register with the dedicated Advice Hub. You can register with by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. The Advice Hub costs just £10 a year.
When you have registered and are ready to ask a question, you can do so by email, and depending on the query, you will be answered via email and, if the query requires, there will be a follow-up phone call, so please make sure you give your phone contact details when asking your question. You will also be sent a link to our FAQ’s
If you would like Graham to visit your garden/land and provide expert advice and support in person, please contact him directly at email@example.com
Here are just some of the comments from satisfied clients.
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