Graham Rice is an award-winning garden writer who specializes in hardy perennials, annuals and patio plants, ornamental vegetables and herbs, plant associations - and sorting out plant names. He writes for the Daily Telegraph, The Guardian, the Royal Horticultural Society magazines The Garden and The Plantsman, as well as Amateur Gardening. He has two monthly series running on the RHS website. For many years he was Gardening Correspondent of The Observer.
Graham is the author of over twenty books including the RHS Encyclopedia of Perennials, The Sweet Pea Book, The Gardener’s Guide to Growing Hellebores, All-in-One Garden and, most recently, Planting The Dry Shade Garden. He’s also a member of the RHS Herbaceous Plant Committee and judges the RHS trials of annuals and perennials.
Trained in horticulture and botany at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, he’s the winner of six awards for writing about plants and gardens – in books, in magazines and online.