• Top Tips for February

    • General: start sowing seeds of predator-attractant hardy annuals in a cold greenhouse or cold frame
    • Vegetables: apply fertility-building material to areas where you'll be growing greedy crops this year
    • Fruit: use fleece or netting to protect early fruit blossom from overnight frosts

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News

  • Heritage Seed Library Seed Guardian in semi-final of BBC2's Big Allotment Challenge

    It's Big Allotment Challenge time again! It's the semi-final tonight and we're excited to see Rob, our Heritage Seed Library Seed Guardian, is down to the final few.

    Last week we saw Rob win best in show in the Floral Challenge, using some of the Heritage Seed Library's Tower Hamlet's Amaranth in his display. BBC2 at 9pm for the Okra Challenge - good luck Rob!

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  • Join us on our next Master Composter Training Session - Saturday 7th March 2015

    Interested in spreading the word about composting? Why not join us on our next Master Composter training session on Saturday 7th March here at Ryton Organic Gardens.

    Mater Composters are a group of volunteers who help raise public awareness of the benefits of composting, by encouraging more people to compost at home and help those who already compost to do so more effectively.

    When: Saturday 7th March 2015 between 9.30am and 4pm

    Where: Garden Organic, Ryton Organic Gardens, Ryton-on-Dunsmore, near Coventry,
    CV8 3LG

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  • Show the world you Dig Organic with our limited edition t-shirt

    Garden Organic has launched a range of limited edition T-shirts bearing the slogan 'I dig organic'. Funds raised from the sale of these T-shirts will help us to teach the next generation of organic growers. They are made from 100 per cent organic cotton, come in four colours, cost £19.95 each and will be on sale until Thursday February 5, so don't delay, order yours here today.

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Featured Person

  • Our Patron

    HRH The Prince of Wales, our Patron for more than 25 years, is a passionate supporter of our charity’s aim to get more people growing organically.