Lynda Hallinan doesn’t want to be busy anymore

Lynda Hallinan has always had a reputation as a horticultural action woman, with an exhausting list of projects on the go. This year, though, she’s resolved to slow down, work less and tap into gardening’s magic power to make her a happier, healthier, nicer person.

Lynda Hallinan reckons gardening makes her not only a healthier person, but a nicer one, too.

“When you garden all the time, I think you take for granted the effect that it has on your wellbeing. I certainly do,” she says.

The much-loved gardening writer and author says she’s grateful life took her in the direction of gardening, rather than down the high-powered law or medicine career path her parents wanted her to take.

“I actually think that if I…

This content is for subscribers only.
Login Join Now


{"email":"Email address invalid","url":"Website address invalid","required":"Required field missing"}
>