George Rimmer, a founder member of the society, has had a 
lifelong interest in gardening.  He left school at 16 to work at a 
market garden where he stayed for 34 years.  He then became Allotment 
Officer and Horticultural Advisor for the Liverpool City Council later 
transferring to the Training Department as Chief Instructor for Parks.  
He then took over as Head Gardener and Farm Manager at a handicapped 
persons' centre before retiring at 65.  He has always been a stalwart 
member of the society and his expertise and enthusiasm is priceless!  

    More about George...
    Topical Recipes - Try one of George's culinary delights!!

    George's 90th
    A Garden Miracle    NEW
    Cabbage Root Fly     NEW
    Seed Ideas - Some useful tips on seeds and a list of reliable varieties

    Potatoes - Planting and cultivation

    Seasonal Tips - Here are a number of tips for any month of the year.
    Genetically modified foods          
    The Science of Digging

    Gardening at nearly 90 - growing garlic

    My 2008 Review 

    Planting bare-rooted trees and shrubs