Paul Peacock studied botany at Leeds University, has been the editor of Home Farmer magazine, and now hosts the City Cottage online magazine. An experienced gardener himself, his expertise lies in the world of the edible garden. If it clucks, quacks or buzzes, Paul is keenly interested.
He is perhaps best known as Mr Digwell, the cartoon gardener featured in The Daily Mirror since the 1950s. As Mr Digwell he has just published his book, A Year in The Garden. You can also see more about him on our Mr Digwell information page.
She spends most of her time reading about a variety of interesting facts, such as oddly named Canadian towns, obscure holidays and unusual gardening.
She mostly writes about Primrose news and current events.
Claire is a member the Primrose marketing team, working on online marketing.
She trained as a Botanist and has an MSc in Plant Diversity where she specialised in Plant and Bumblebee ecology.
She writes our ecology themed articles.
Joycelyn is a member of the Primrose marketing team.
She is a novice windowsill gardener but hopes to graduate to larger plants one day. She enjoys British food (despite its sometimes bad reputation) and British scenery.
At Primrose, when not tending to office plants, she deals with online advertising and social media.
Kathryn works on the marketing team and spends most of her time making our website read better.
She has a degree in English & Creative Writing and loves classic cars, 1970s music and ginger beer.
She writes our fictional stories and seasonal posts.