Tamsin is happy to craft a talk or demonstration to your specific requirements. She can prepare talks with or without visuals. She is experienced in giving all her talks via Zoom. Her booking fees start at £325 plus mileage and expenses and Zoom talks start at £195.

Popular talks include:

Life as a garden writer

This is an entertaining and insightful talk about how gardening magazines are put together. It’s something a little different that always opens up discussion.

Prepare for the perfect spring

Ideal for an autumn or winter talk. Tamsin shares the practical tasks that need to be carried out now to have your best spring ever. She’ll also highlight her favourite plants for the spring garden.

Stockton Bury gardens through the seasons

This talk is tailored to the time of year. If your booking is in spring  Tamsin will feature plants and practical tips relevant to spring and early summer. In winter she will look ahead to spring. In summer she looks ahead to autumn.

Although Stockton Bury is a mature four-acre garden her tips and techniques are relevant to every gardener.

Reinvent your garden

Are you tired of your plot? If so, Tamsin shares advice on giving your garden a new lease of life. Planting and design ideas that can be undertaken yourself.

Modern Country Gardener

Linked to Tamsin’s new book The Diary of a Modern Country Gardener. An entertaining and informative account of gardening in the country.

Understanding the RHS Chelsea Flower Show judging process

Ever wondered how the process of show judging works? Tamsin will explain and share her experiences of the best gardening show in the world. You’ll never doubt the judges decision again.

Beginner gardening

A hands on workshop that is only offered at Stockton Bury. Happy to run this event for a group of six friends on a date to suit. Covers an amazing amount of gardening tips and techniques.

“We all went home with smiles on our faces after your inspirational, instructive and entertaining talk. You certainly ‘ticked all the boxes”

Jean Dance West Midlands Group Hardy Plant Society