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Sid has been working with plants since childhood, receiving his first vegetable garden at 10 and being home schooled on a permaculture farm.


He has 15 years of professional experience running a landscape business and trained at the world renowned Eden Project, receiving a 1st Class Honours degree in Ethnobotany & Landscape Design. He has worked on a wide range of projects giving him international recognition. With work featuring on BBC Gardeners World, Permaculture Magazine, Bloom Magazine and various podcasts. He was a key contributor to the Helston Climate Action Plan and acted as a consultant for Helston Town Council to support them to adapt public landscape to the effects of climate change.


Sid has taught nationally, held a position of lecturer and assessor at Duchy College and speaks regularly on subjects of sustainability and regenerative landscape practices. With recent talks at The Eden Project, The Royal Botanic Garden Kew, RHS Wisley Gardens and West Dean College.


For his work and commitment to sustainability, Sid was awarded the Prince Of Wales Trophy in Sustainable Horticulture and is a member of the Worshipful Company Of Gardeners Alumni. He was awarded the 30 Under 30 award by Pro Landscaper.


Sids passion is to create landscapes and plantings that echo wild plant communities, meadows, woodlands and wetlands, whilst producing resources, restoring environments and improving peoples lives. He is passionate about working with plants to solve contemporary issues and regenerate landscapes.

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