Tamsin Westhorpe

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Tamsin Westhorpe

Tamsin Westhorpe is well known as an editor, garden writer and lecturer. However, she prefers to be known as a gardener. She was previously Editor of The English Garden magazine and lecturer at Kingston Maurwood College in Dorset. Tamsin started her gardening career at the age of 16 working for her great uncle John Treasure of Burford House Gardens in Worcestershire. Alongside her freelance work and being a mother Tamsin runs Stockton Bury Gardens in Herefordshire with her uncles and is currently training to be an RHS judge.

There are 20 articles by Tamsin:

What makes a weed?

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Tamsin Westhorpe shares her love/hate relationship with garden weeds and wildflowers

Design for easy maintenance

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Top garden design tips for designing a garden that is easy to maintain. Including ideas on designing paths, borders and where to put sheds and compost bins.

Spring-flowering woodland plants

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Tamsin Westhorpe is on a mission to encourage gardeners to invest in some of her favourite February flowering, low growing plants, including snowdrops, hellebores and aconites.

Mistletoe demystified

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From Christmas kisses to growing from seed, Tamsin Westhorpe shares her pick of facts about this mysterious parasitic plant

Trick or trees!

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November is the perfect time to plant a tree. Tamsin Westhorpe picks out a couple of her favourite trees.

Spring preparations

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Make the most of every autumn day in the garden to prepare your garden for spring says Tamsin Westhorpe.