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The Avant Gardeners
... The Avant Gardeners were a new wave band influenced by 1960s psychedelic rock, originally from Okehampton, Devon, but soon moving to London, England ... The Avant Gardener's line-up was initially Russell Murch (vocals, guitar), Martin Saunders (guitar), Nigel Rae (bass), and Mike Kelly (drums) ... Murch reformed the band in 1980 as The Avant Gardeners, with new musicians Mike Roberts (guitar) and Rob Hill (bass), along with a series of guest ...
Perennial Gardeners Royal Benevolent Society - History
... Perennial (originally named Gardeners' Royal Benevolent Society) was founded in 1839, as an early secular caring charity ... powerful speech drew attention to the circumstances of the gardener at the end of his working life "...His gains are not great and knows gold and silver more as being the colours of fruit and flowers ... liable to infirmity and when old age comes upon him, the gardener is, of all men perhaps, best able to appreciate the benefits of the Institution..." For a hundred years Perennial continued to ...
Denver Urban Gardens - Research: Health and Community Impact
... reported higher fruit and vegetable intake than did non-gardeners ... Specifically, 56% of community gardeners consumed fruits and vegetables at least 5 times per day, compared with 37% of home gardeners and 25% of non-gardeners ... Another GGHC study led by James Hale interviewed 67 gardeners from 28 Denver urban gardens to explore gardeners' tactile, emotional, and value-driven responses to gardening and these responses ...
Toby Buckland
... Toby Neale Buckland (born 1969) is a British gardener, TV presenter and author, best known for being the main presenter from 2008-10 of BBC's long running ... Toby won RHS Gold and Best in show for his Ethical Garden at Gardeners' World Live ... In 2009 he won the Environmental Award from the Garden Media Guild for a Gardeners' World Special on peat in gardening ...
Chris Beardshaw
... gardener, who is perhaps best known for his work on the BBC's long-running television series, Gardeners' World ... His first TV appearance was in 1999 as the expert on 'Surprise Gardeners' for Carlton TV ... His first show as sole presenter was Weekend Gardener for UKTV Style in 2000 ...

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    Let us be grateful to people who make us happy; they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom.
    Marcel Proust (1871–1922)