Garry has been the editor of the world’s oldest gardening magazine for the last four years, delivering weekly practical content to a vast audience of garden enthusiasts of all abilities. There is always something to do in the garden, even in the depths of winter, and most of his time out of work hours is devoted to improving his own garden. His passions are growing potatoes in borders and containers, fighting a constant battle to keep his various climbing roses pest-free, making the best home-made compost and more recently creating a rock garden. In the last year he's also planted an ornamental cherry and transplanted six copper beeches to a better site.
Latest articles by Garry Coward-Williams
The time to go peat free is approaching, but what does it mean for gardeners?
Gardens Is multi-purpose peat-free compost a direct replacement for peat and do we know how to use it? Amateur Gardening's editor Garry Coward-Williams investigates