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Phone: 01224 276810
Write to: 1d Powis Circle, Aberdeen AB24 3YT

15 thoughts on “Contact

  1. Bella

    Love your blogs, loads of great stuff and well written. I came here via Brigit Strawbridge on facebook. Thanks.

  2. Lia

    hello! we’re a portuguese family living in Rosehearty, and just found your blog, looking for a list of edible floewrs in Scotland… thank you so much for sharing your work and knowledge, it has been of great help! al the best, kind regards!

  3. nccoutts14

    Hello Alan, congratulations on your wonderful site. I was prompted to visit by Carrie, a fellow plotter at GFAA. I’d like to add a link to your site from our Allotment Association’s website. I hope this is OK: please let me know if you have any objections. Norman

  4. Frank E Davidon

    I heard you on the wireless the other day.and no sooner had you said “edible Hostas” I did a google search and first hit took me right to your very interesting blog just as you were giving the URL. I’m trying to put my garden over to mainly perennial edibles because I’m quite lazy and frankly nature makes a better job of growing than me. The more I annoy my neighbour with his flat green fertiliser-drugged lawn in his attempts to make his trees perfect lollipops and his garden a wildlife-free zone the better. I’m in Aberdeen and hope to buy some seeds and bulbs off you.

  5. foodieafloat15

    Hello there, Have much enjoyed your knowledgeable blog which I recently stumbled across when researching for a piece I’m writing called “Eat Your Enemies”. One of my ‘enemies’ is a wonderful perennial edible called purslane. It’s endemic in some parts but prefers to grow in sandy soil in hot dry conditions so may not be a Scottish thing though you can grow it in a container. I can highly recommend it for its eating qualities. See for a short account.

  6. Grow Free with Emma B

    Thank you for the Food Forest course that you have been delivering to our community organisation this year. The feedback from everyone has been so positive – ‘practical and inspiring’ probably sums up a lot of it. Both getting the chance to explore your food forest and having your input in our own space has been amazing. Looking forward to reading your book as soon as I get it in my hands. Emma

  7. Cheryl

    Thanks so much for hand delivering your book(what a lovely touch!)- sorry I missed you as I was working and my other half was on a call! Looking forward to reading it!

  8. Lindsay

    I ran into you, and I’m not quite ready. Where can I find you on Facebook or Instagram so that I can learn in the mean time and gather resources when I’m ready for this adventure? Thank you.


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