Raised in Surrey, Selina’s love of gardens and the outdoors stemmed from trips to the RHS Wisley Gardens and the surrounding Surrey Woodlands. Her enthusiasm is infectious and she is a keen advocate for designing gardens that make a difference to people and wildlife.
This is what makes her the perfect partner to Jordans Cereals as we prepare to unveil The Jordans Wildlife Garden this July.
Since completing her Diploma in Garden Design in 2007, Selina has exhibited several times at the RHS Hampton Court Palace Flower Show. Her beautiful and considered approach won her Best in Show for her very first show garden at Hampton Court just one year later in 2008. In 2009, Selina worked with Surrey Wildlife Trust to design a wildlife garden at the BBC Breathing Spaces Day in Guildford. The following year, she scooped Gold, Best Communal Garden and Overall Garden of the Year 2010 at The New Homes Garden Awards for a housing association garden.
Selina returned to Hampton Court in 2012 to create the central floral display for the Silver-Gilt Flora Exhibit in the Plant Heritage Marquee – a design that celebrated 35 years of plant heritage.