Posted: 01/11/2016 at 07:43
of course. why not?
a professional gardener works in loads of gardens, different styles, soils, conditions etc. etc. whereas we work in just one and cater for our own (prob very limited) needs and requirements.
I learn as much in others' gardens as I do my own where different plants are grown
Having one garden to work in limits our experience...can actually become routine. Also, how many of us are actually "trained" ? When I read the advice here on the forum it is sometimes given from the perspective of somebody's limited personal experience of his/her own garden. It works for them so give it out as advice!
No. whether a person has his/her own garden or not is not important as long as he/she knows what they are doing
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