What if even our wildflower meadows were edible.

No, don’t do what he does right now because of course that won’t work. Because everything starts with the right plant in the right soil. But above all, discover what principles he uses.

Sid has 13 years of professional experience running a landscape company and was trained at the world-renowned Eden Project, where he earned a 1st Class Honors degree in ethnobotany and landscape design. He has worked on a wide range of projects, gaining international recognition. With work on BBC Gardeners World, Permaculture Magazine, Bloom Magazine and multiple podcasts. He was a major contributor to the Helston Climate Action Plan and acted as a consultant to Helston City Council to support them in adapting the public landscape to the impacts of climate change.

Sid has taught permaculture design courses nationally, was a lecturer and evaluator at Duchy College and speaks regularly on topics such as sustainability and regenerative landscape practices. For his work and dedication to sustainability, Sid received the Prince Of Wales Trophy in Sustainable Horticulture and is a member of the Worshipful Company Of Gardeners Alumni. He received Pro Landscaper’s 30 Under 30 award for being one of the best landscapers under 30 in the UK.

Sid’s passion is to create landscapes and plantings that reflect wild plant communities, meadows, forests and wetlands, while producing resources, restoring environments and improving people’s lives. He is passionate about working with plants to solve contemporary problems and regenerate landscapes. When creating landscapes and artwork, he focuses on natural materials and thoughtful craftsmanship.

But what if your wildflower garden was also made up of edible tasty plants. Still looking for advice on this? We will experiment in advance.

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