David Domoney is a Chartered Horticulturalist whose expertise has won him 30 Royal Horticultural Society Medals for garden design and plant exhibits at national garden shows in the UK. He designed the Commonwealth War Graves Commission Garden at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show to celebrate the Commission’s Centenary.
David Domoney presents gardening on national television to 4 million viewers and he writes for national newspaper the Sunday Mirror. He also writes for two big magazine titles: House Beautiful magazine, one of the UKs leading home and lifestyle titles, and Grow Your Own magazine, the biggest specialist in garden home produce. These combined publications give him an audience of 3 million readers.
David is Gardening Ambassador for THRIVE, a national charity that enables positive change in the lives of disabled and disadvantaged people through the use of gardening and social horticultural therapy. He is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Horticulture and pioneered the Young Gardeners of the Year annual competition, now in its fifth year, through his association with The Prince’s Foundation. David is also a governor for the London Colleges of Horticulture at Capel Manor, and sits on the RHS Commercial Board.
David is the founder of Cultivation Street, a national community gardening campaign in association with the Horticultural Trades Association.
David Domoney is also an experienced presenter, frequently giving exciting and enlightening talks on a range of business, horticulture and entertainment topics, and is known for being a fun and engaging speaker.