Financial Times – September 2015

Pan-Global PLants in the Financial Times

Robin Lane Fox, the English classicist, ancient historian and gardening writer is inspired by a ‘top-class raid on a top-class nursery’ when he visits Pan-Global Plants for the Financial Times.

Le Monde – June 2015

Le Monde, June 2015

Lili Barbery-Coulon and John Tebbs interview Nick at Pan-global HQ for Le Monde.

House and Garden – January 2015

House and Garden Magazine, January 2015

Clare Foster continues her series on the best of British nurseries by exploring Pan-Global Plants and talking to its plant-hunting owner. Photos by Jason Ingram. Download this article as a PDF

Gardens Illustrated – November 2014

Camilla Swift interviews Nick for the Gardens Illustrated 'Who's Who', Photos by Charlie Hopkinson

Camilla Swift interviews Nick for the January 2015 edition of the Gardens Illustrated ‘Who’s Who’, about his passion for trees and woody plants, his fondness for funky and why Forsythia will never light his fire. Photos by Charlie Hopkinson. Download … Continue reading

The English Garden Magazine, May 2013

English Garden Magazine, May 2013

David Wheeler talks to Nick about the history of Pan-Global plants, his various travels and of course – the unusual plants themselves – for ‘The English Garden’ magazine’s ‘horts desire’ section in May 2013. Download article as a PDF

The Independent, May 2013

The Independent

“A very rare breed: Plantsman Nick Macer fills his eclectic nursery with fine specimens…” Anna Pavord interviews Nick in his new office at the Pan-Global nursery, for the Independent. View the article »

Financial Times, July 2010

Financial Times

Robin Lane Fox writes an enthusiastic report in the Financial Times Weekend magazine about Nick Macer’s plant hunting expeditions in Vietnam over the last winter. View the article »

The Telegraph, October 2007

The Telegraph article about Nick Macer and Pan-Global Plants

Writing about Britain’s Top Nurseries in the Telegraph, Sarah Raven meets ‘a nurseryman who travels the world in search of the best’, bringing back rare but surprisingly hardy specimens that will grow in these climes. View the article online »

The Guardian, February 2007

The Guardian

Tom Gard’s article ‘To boldly grow‘ explores the rare and wonderful new plants appearing in nurseries, and concludes that ‘For gardeners, it’s the equivalent of the new season’s fashion collections.’ Visit the Guardian article »

The Garden magazine, February 2007

Pan-global Plants in 'The Garden' magazine, of the RHS

Roy Lancaster, writing for ‘The Garden’ magazine enthuses over finding a rare Viburnum – which he’d previously seen growing in China – for sale in Nick’s collection at Pan-Global Plants, along with many other rare, new and unusual woody plants. … Continue reading