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Chloe Winters

Galway, Ireland

For many growers, it seems like Mother Nature is there for us when we struggle the hardest; the gentle healing experience of being amongst the leaves and fruits is a powerful therapy. When Chloe’s beloved dog passed away, diving deep into gardening books brought relief and a new hobby. Three years later, her garden is blooming with organic produce that she shares with family and friends. While she describes herself as previously not keen on the flavour of tomatoes (or rather the absence of it in the supermarket ones), now snacking on various heirloom varieties as she goes about her day is common. A glance through Chloe’s Instagram pictures shows her familiarity with the sensational effects of working with nature’s gifts; she’s developed impressive bodybuilding muscles alongside her greener achievements! Chloe firmly believes that using natural nutrients and pest deterrents is more beneficial in the long run and that wildlife thrives with a balanced ecosystem. When nature provides an abundance of plants that can be used this way, there’s no need to buy analogues from a bottle. At only 23 years old, Chloe wants to inspire the younger generation to take up gardening and educate people on the harmful effects of weed killers and pesticides on the environment. Amen to that. 

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Vegetable grower, natural beekeeper and edible spaces designer. Lover of all soil and urban farming techniques. Former head of growing at Incredible Aquagarden.