Debi Holland

Author bio:

Debi Holland

Debi runs her own gardening business in the South West. She has an RHS diploma in Horticulture; studied at Bristol Botanic Gardens and Cannington Walled Garden and was a volunteer Harvester at the National Trust Tyntesfield Estate. She is obsessed with plants and wildlife and loves to visit gardens and seek out plants in their natural habitat. Debi is an avid propagator and seed sower of ornamentals and edibles and a passionate photographer and writer. Her gardening diary can be found at

There are 12 articles by Debi Holland:

Can I plant bulbs for the summer?

Posted on in Plants

With spring well underway, it’s time to plan and plant for the summer. Debi Holland chooses her five favourite summer bulbs and offers her tips and advice along the way

Five Fab Sussex Gardens

Posted on in Gardens to visit

The rolling Sussex countryside overflows with garden inspiration. Here are five exceptional gardens to explore. Research now and compile your ‘must visit’ garden’s wish list for this season

How do I get the most from my sweet peas?

Posted on in Plants

From stately homes to urban gardens and allotments, annual sweet peas have universal appeal as the quintessential cottage garden cut flower.Professional gardener Debi Holland shares her tips for getting the best from these fabulous garden plants

Planting hope

Posted on in Blog

When I started working as a professional gardener I had no idea gardening could have such a profound positive effect on mental wellbeing.

Japanese Knotweed

Japanese knotweed

Posted on in Friend or Foe?

If you’ve heard the horror stories about Japanese knotweed you might want to know how to identify it and whether it’s really as bad as everyone makes out?

Bee a better gardener

Posted on in Blog

Once you have taken stock of your plant survivors, spare a thought for some of the other creatures in your garden, in particular the bees.