Adam is also a children’s gardening book author and regular guest on BBC Radio Cymru and S4C programmes Prynhawn Da and Heno.
He began gardening when he was only three years old, following his grandfather’s gardening delight. Now, with more than 20 years of gardening experience, Adam advocates organic and nature-friendly gardening and strives to encourage and enhance biodiversity, working with schools and community groups.
“When the RWAS chief executive and I met Adam, we were both hugely impressed by his energy and vision,” said show director, Richard Price. “Adam has so many fantastic ideas to make the horticultural section an interesting and vibrant area.
“We are looking forward to working with him, and our team of volunteers and stakeholders from across the industry, to bring the new horticultural village to life in time for next year’s Royal Welsh Show.”
Adam said: “I am delighted to be offered this fantastic opportunity to work with the society and excellent individuals from across Wales to realise the potential of the new horticultural village.
“I support wholeheartedly the vision to inspire, educate and collaborate and this will prove crucial in re-igniting the prestige of the horticultural section as an integral part of the show.
“I'm really looking forward to encouraging a new generation of exhibitors and growers to compete and celebrate their work, with a big focus on education. The opportunities to work together with groups across Wales and promote horticulture are endless.
“The horticultural section has a long and rich history of showing Wales at its very best on an international stage and we now have a golden opportunity to develop and celebrate Welsh horticulture further.”
Adam will be attending the upcoming Royal Welsh Winter Fair later this month as a guest speaker during a new educational programme, ‘Our Land / Ein Tir’. For further information about the winter fair or to buy tickets, please visit https://rwas.wales/
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