Celebrity gardener

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Gardeners who have achieved fame through their pioneering innovations, writing or, more often, their television personas, may be classed as celebrity gardeners.

The writing of Helena Rutherfurd Ely, C. Z. Guest and Esther Deans brought them enough fame for them to be considered celebrity gardeners.

In England, the Royal Horticultural Society has described both Alan Titchmarsh and Monty Don as celebrity gardeners.[1][2]

Notable gardeners on radio and television[edit]

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