• Top Tips for May

    • General: Mulch warm soil after rain to retain moisture and deter weeds
    • Vegetables: Pinch out tops of broad beans to deter black fly colonies from infesting succulent new growth
    • Greenhouse: Use biological controls now temperatures are warm enough

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News

  • Courses Ryton Organic Gardens and CAT

    New partnership announced by Garden Organic and the Centre for Alternative Technology

    Two of the UK's leading organisations pioneering organic methods of gardening are joining forces to offer a range of interesting courses to the general public. Garden Organic and the Centre for Alternative Technology (CAT) will be exchanging courses throughout 2015, covering a range of topics such as composting, organic gardening, building a garden bench, making a compost toilet and a beginners guide to renewable energy.

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  • Grow your own picnic

    New London School’s Garden Competition launches for Grow Your Own Picnic 2015

    The Food Growing Schools: London partnership, led by Garden Organic, has launched Grow Your Own Picnic 2015 for the second year with a fantastic, new Grow Your Own School Garden Competition - and this time schools don’t need to be garden experts to win!

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  • Incredible Edible Leamington

    Garden Organic team up with Incredible Edible Leamington

    Last Tuesday, 21st April, Garden Organic's 'Grow and Eat' staff teamed up with Incredible Edible Leamington, volunteers who run a number of community gardens around Leamington Spa.

    Members of the public and local people were given the produce from the gardens and shown the community garden, which is in raised beds in Regent Grove in the centre of Leamington.

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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.