Martin Stott



Talks on garden history

  • Bromley House Library garden – a hidden Georgian gem in the centre of Nottingham.
  • The storyteller garden – a fresh way of looking at your garden through the history of the plants within it.
  • The humour of Hole – an introduction to one of the great characters of garden history. Reynolds Hole, the vicar of Caunton, near Newark, was the founder of the National Rose Society and a prolific and often humorous writer. 

Martin Stott is a former BBC journalist who made programmes for the World Service and Radio 4 in 21 countries. A passionate garden historian he has written for Gardens Illustrated and the Historic Rose Group journal and is the author of the blog. He is a trustee of Bromley House Library.