ALEX DINGWALL-MAIN has been a professional garden designer, and garden writer for nearly forty years; twenty in the UK and just about as many in Provence in the South of France.

He spent a year creating a gardening series for The Sunday Times Magazine, has written three garden ‘travelogue’ books for Random House, including The Sunday Times bestseller ‘The Luberon Garden’ and was awarded The Garden Travelogue Book of The Year for ‘The Angel Tree’.

He has contributed articles to various magazines including Vogue, Harper’s, House & Garden, Architectural Digest and Gardens Illustrated. He has also made twenty five gardening films for the BBC and recorded programmes for BBC Radio 4 and LBC, France Bleu and Radio Monte Carlo.

Alex has designed gardens from the West Indies to West Sussex, from America to Amman and from Europe to Yorkshire, exhibited at Chelsea Flower Show, judged for the RHS at Hampton Court, taught at the Inchbald School of Garden Design and recently produced the first Chelsea Arts Club Garden Show.

Join Alex on one of his lively, entertaining and informative garden workshops.