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Bob Flowerdew (1953-), Horticulturalist and writer; advocate of organic gardening

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Bob Flowerdew is one of Britain's leading organic gardeners, and a television and radio presenter. He is a regular panel member of BBC Radio 4's Gardeners' Question Time. The son of a farmer, his family have been working the land in East Anglia since Elizabethan times. Flowerdew runs a consultancy landscape service, is President of the Norfolk group of the Soil Association, and also teaches at agricultural college. He has written books on gardening including Going Organic: The Good Gardener's Guide to Getting It Right (2007) and Gourmet Gardener: Everything You Need to Know to Grow and Prepare the Very Finest of Flowers, Fruits and Vegetables (2007).

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P1026(13)

Bob Flowerdew

by Tessa Traeger
gelatin silver print, 2001
NPG P1026(13)

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