Bunny Guinness is a chartered landscape architect, journalist and radio personality who is a regular panellist on the long running BBC Radio 4 programme, Gardener's Question Time. She also writes a weekly column in the Sunday Telegraph. She presented The Great Garden Challenge on Channel 4 in 2005.
Guinness gained a BSc honours degree in horticulture at Reading University, followed by qualifying as a landscape architect at Birmingham Polytechnic (now Birmingham City University). She was awarded an honorary doctorate by the University in 2009.
Guinness is her married name; her husband is a member of the Guinness brewing family. Her mother and cousin both run plant nurseries and her uncle is the rose breeder David C.H. Austin. Her daughter, Unity, is, as of 2010[update], a student of landscape architecture. Her son, Freddie, decided to pursue a different path and is studying medicine at St. George's College, University of London.
- Gardener's Question Time: All Your Gardening Problems Solved (with co-authors John Cushnie, Bob Flowerdew, Pippa Greenwood, Anne Swithinbank, and photographs from The Garden Picture Gallery and others, paperback, 325 pages, Bookmart Limited, 2005, ISBN 1-84509-189-2)
- Family Gardens: How to Create Magical Spaces for All Ages (paperback, 128 pages, David & Charles, 2008, ISBN 978-0715327951)
- http://www.bbc.co.uk/gardening/tv_and_radio/presenterbiogs_g.shtml BBC bio'
- "Professor David Roberts: Biography". Birmingham City University. Retrieved 4 March 2012.
- Stone, Deborah (21 March 2009). "The light fantastic". The Daily Telegraph. Best of Britain & Ireland, p. 3.
- Horwood, Catherine (2010). Gardening Women: Their Stories From 1600 to the Present. Hachette UK. ISBN 978-0-7481-1833-5.
- Guinness, Bunny (2010-05-28). "Chelsea Flower Show 2010: Bunny Guinness gets inspired by show gardens' features". Daily Telegraph. Retrieved 2011-01-23.
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