There is much excitement in the Judi the Gardener (JtG) HQ today because I have just potted up some of my Coriander ‘Cilantro’ seedlings to sell at my first breakfast business meeting. These little ladies are all dressed up and have somewhere to go.. Wanstead Rugby Club to be precise and all have been watered and fed to keep them going. I am looking forward to meeting other local business owners and giving my newly designed business cards out. Did you look at my sticky logo labels on the plant pots? How I love these and all my marketing collateral, my thanks again goes to Susan Holmes, Graphic Designer for intuitively understanding and interpreting what I wanted in my business logo!

I am selling my little Coriander plants for Β£1 each and I hope my new business acquaintances will agree that these young ‘grow as you eat’ plants, are great value. I am currently working on compiling a plant list, which I hope to have published by the end of this week. A combination of evergreen and herbaceous perennial plants for sale, that I have raised from cuttings and grown from seed. There is so much activity at JtG HQ at the moment, spring fever is surely upon us and as I dart between April showers I relish all the other jobs I have to do.

My thanks go to Martin Block from MB Glass who found my website and dropped me a reply to one of my blogs, stating that his network were looking for a professional Gardener.. yay for the internet!

If you would like to talk with me about a new planting scheme in your garden, please do feel free to get in touch, my email is For gardening maintenance enquiries (North-East London, Essex, Hertfordshire and Enfield) please telephone 07818 005773. Always happy to answer gardening questions if I can or steer you towards resources. Happy gardening!