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Terry Walton has kept an allotment in the Rhondda Valley in South Wales for over fifty years. He started when he was four, helping on his father's plot on the side of the mountain, cutting bracken and collecting sheep manure to feed the vegetables.
He was farming his own plot at eleven and he went on to build an allotment empire, selling his vegetables and flowers to local customers. The proceeds paid for his first car, a canary yellow Ford Popular, when he was just seventeen. Then, in 2006, after half a decade of happy gardening in retirement, Terry's allotment was adopted by the Jeremy Vine Show and he became an unlikely media star!
A family man, Terry is a born again organic gardener having seen the error of his ways in the late 1960’s when he dispensed with the chemicals and began to grow all his produce 'naturally.'
Terry has written two books, 'The Allotment Almanac' and 'My Life on a Hillside Allotment,' and is a Columnist for 'Garden News.'
Follow him on Twitter: @theterrywalton