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James Wong

James’s new book, 10-a-day the Easy Way includes fuss free recipes and talks simple science to help transform your health by increasing the amount of fruit and vegetables you eat each day.


James presents the BBC daytime coverage of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show and has been involved in a number of other productions including, Grow Your Own Drugs, Countryfile, Gardeners World, Gardeners Question Time, Great British Garden Revival, Our Food and Fossil Detectives all for the BBC and Expensive Eats for Channel News Asia, a global odyssey to introduce viewers to some of the most expensive and sought after delicacies from around the world including yubari melons, saffron and black ivory coffee.


Previous books include two Grow Your Own Drugs TV tie ins, Homegrown Revolution, Grow for Flavour and How to Eat Better. In conjunction with Sutton Seeds James has a complimentary seed and plant range for the latter two. James also writes a weekly column for the Observer Magazine and is the in house Ethnobotanist for Liz Earle.


Determined to bring new life to an old genre, his raw passion and untameable sense of adventure are infectious. James is a unique blend of explorer, anthropologist, gardener, and always, ethnobotanical adventurer.


James is represented by Fiona Kimbell, who can be contacted at [email protected]