Michael Poultney or Mick, as he is known, has had the gardening bug over 40 years ago & has never looked back. He is at present, chairman of Abbey Road Allotments, Colley Gate Gardening Club, Dudley Horticultural Advisory Council and the West Midlands District of the National Vegetable Society. Mick was awarded with the Martin Robinson Award, and a Fellowship from the National Vegatable Society for his gardening services.
Mick holds regular talks at gardening clubs and shows all across the UK. He is a qualified national vegetable judge, as well as a lecturer and experienced demonstrator . The National Vegetable Society were so impressed with his composting methods that they produced a DVD on the subject (some of which can be viewed below). Mick also run a school gardening club once a week at Caslon Primary School in Halesowen, of which he is assisted by Anna who is one of the mums. His specialist talks include the following subjects: Compost ready in a Month , Raised Beds & No Dig cultivation, A Year on the Plot, Growing Veg for Show, Preparing Veg for Show, Wine Making for Begginers, Gladioli for Begginers, Growing Fruit for Begginers, Greenhouse & tunnel Cultivation and his current favourite Mycorrhizal Fungi & compost tea .
Mick is available for talks and presentations anywhere in the UK. Use the Contact Form below to contact Mick directly.