Will Giles inspires Exotic Gardening

If you are interested in growing tropical or exotic plants in your garden this summer then the man who knows everything about this subject is the guru of exotica  – Mr Will Giles.

Will is a flamboyant character who combines excellent  plantsmanship with unique creativity on his stimulating blog and colourful web-site. This year he is delivering a series of informative videos  from his beautiful exotic garden located in Norwich, in the East of England. Each one provides a small insight into the range of possibilities that exotic gardening offers and includes a snipet of his vast knowledge of the subject

The videos will certainly make you want to see more and this is possible because Will opens his garden to visitors every Sunday from June to October. People come to see for themselves how he has transformed an english garden into an exotic paradise.http://www.exoticgarden.com/public-opening-times.php

If you can’t make it to Norwich, here is the link to his latest inspirational video filmed in June 2010 that reveals plants that will help create an exotic jungle  in your own garden.http://www.exoticgarden.com/blog/the-garden/video-around-the-exotic-garden-in-mid-june/

To see the garden at its peak towards the end of the season during the months of September and October take a look at http://vimeo.com/8519523


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1 Comments For This Post

  1. Will Giles Says:

    Hi Debbie – Thanks for spreading the word – I forgot about the video by Fletcher Associates…