Sarah Wain

Author bio:

Sarah Wain

Sarah gained her Diploma in Horticultural Science in Australia, after which she worked in the temperate department at the Royal Botanic Gardens Kew. Returning to Australia she managed a local council nursery, and the gardens at Burnley Horticultural College where she trained. In 1987 she and husband Jim returned to the UK where they have worked together establishing gardens at Lockerly Hall in Hampshire and restoring and developing West Dean Gardens since 1991. Sarah is a member of the RHS Vegetable Trials Forum.

There are 3 articles by Sarah Wain:

chillies

Grow chillies from seed

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If chillies are your guilty pleasure, February is the right time to get them started when growing from seed.

tomatoes

Grow your own tomatoes

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Sarah Wain from West Dean Gardens shares her tips for growing tomatoes, including varieties to try in your garden – beefsteaks, cherry tomatoes and more.

chillies

Grow your own chillies

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Sarah Wain from West Dean Gardens shares her secrets and tips to get the best from your chillies.