Andy McIndoe is MyGardenSchool's Chief Blogger, and teaches five courses on the site. Andy has over thirty years experience as a practical horticulturist and consultant. He has designed and advised on gardens of all sizes and was responsible for the Hillier Gold Medal winning exhibit at the Royal Horticultural Society’s Chelsea Flower for 25 years. A regular contributor to magazines, newspapers and BBC Radio, Andy lectures widely at home and abroad. Special interests include hardy shrubs, trees, herbaceous perennials, flower bulbs, wildlife and garden design; he has authored books on all of these subjects. A keen gardener Andy and his wife Ros have a two acre garden in Hampshire, U.K. that is open to groups by appointment. Started from scratch fifteen years ago, the garden is naturalistic in style, with an extensive wildflower meadow and informal planting. The emphasis is on foliage to provide colour and texture.
Courses taught by Andy McIndoe
Bulbs: Colour for Pots and Borders
How to buy and plant a beautiful spring garden
Gardening for Wildlife: Attract Birds, Bees & Butterflies
Create a haven for wildlife. In association with the RHS
A Comprehensive Guide to Choosing, Using & Planting Trees
How to choose & plant trees and what best to grow with them