Geoff Stonebanks

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Geoff Stonebanks

Geoff Stonebanks lives in Bishopstone, near Seaford in East Sussex and spends all his time gardening and fundraising for Macmillan Cancer Support. Using his multi award-winning garden - Driftwood - he has raised over £95,000 for various charities in 8 years, £56,000 of that for Macmillan. The garden, which first opened to the public in 2009 has featured on BBC2 Gardeners' World, Good Morning Britain and in many national and local media publications. In his spare time, Geoff is also the National Garden Scheme's Social Media & Publicity Chair as well as an Assistant County Organiser & Publicity Officer in East & Mid Sussex.

There are 32 articles by Geoff:

What is the Chelsea chop?

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Geoff Stonebanks explains the Chelsea chop and some other techniques he uses in his award winning garden

Spring gardening

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March certainly hails the start of 12 weeks of hard graft. It’s the calm before the storm and usually the first month when the weather starts to improve.

Winter garden joy

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Award winning garden designer Geoff Stonebanks helps find joy in the winter garden and shows how garden sculpture can add much interest.

Solving open garden dilemmas

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If you are thinking of opening your garden this year, take some advice from Geoff Stonebanks who has made a resounding success from opening his.

Christmas trees for the birds

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Geoff Stonebanks has created a lovely Christmas tree for the birds and a home made wreath inspired by what he has found in the house and garden.