Helping horticulturists in need for 180 years
Perennial is the UK’s only charity dedicated to helping everyone who works in horticulture, and their families, when times get tough.
Perennial provides free and confidential advice, support and financial assistance to people of all ages working in, or retired from horticulture. This help extends to spouses, partners and children.
After a game-changing 16 years as Director of Services at Perennial, Sheila Thomson retired earlier this month. In her time Perennial has extended […]
Annie Dellbridge joined Fullers Mill Garden in Suffolk as Head Gardener just over seven years ago. Here she chats about her role, and […]
How did you get into Horticulture? One of my earliest gardening experiences is convincing my dad to build me a pond in […]
Sir Roy Strong CH describes opening The Laskett Gardens as part of the National Garden Scheme Sunday July 21st was D-Day: the biennial […]
How did you get into horticulture? Well…..My Gran’s love of wildlife and mother’s love of food are probably to blame. I felt a […]
Debt can accumulate quickly and is often a symptom of a bigger problem, rather than a single cause of crisis. Illness, injury […]
Chris Crooker joined Perennial as Events Manager in 2015. She had worked in event management for many years but hadn't heard of Perennial […]
Helen Waddington is Head of Casework at Perennial, the UK’s only charity dedicated to helping all horticulturists in times of crisis. She […]