• Top Tips for September

    • General: save seeds for next season. Store over-winter in airtight containers
    • Vegetables: make a plan of your vegetable plot, noting what's growing where. This will be really helpful when planning next year's crop rotation
    • Fruit: to avoid silver-leaf disease, finish pruning stone fruit before mid-September

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News

  • Peabody in Bloom Winner

    Award for North London Master Gardeners

    Garden Organic’s Master Gardener community food growing project Grow Clyde Road has won the Best Vegetable Garden category, in the 'Peabody in Bloom Awards 2014'.

    The project based on the Clyde Road estate in Tottenham, North London, was launched in March with the aim of bringing the community together with a shared passion for growing their own food.

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  • Trifetti Chilli

    West Dean Chilli Fiesta

    The Garden Organic team were joined by a fantastic group of local members at the West Dean Chilli Fiesta, for a weekend dedicated to all things hot and spicy.

    Visitors to the Garden Organic stand ranged from first time gardeners looking for advice, to more experienced organic growers. Our team enjoyed telling visitors about the benefits of joining Garden Organic and the Heritage Seed Library (HSL), as well as the campaigning and lobbying work we’re involved with.here.

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  • Public health

    Public Health officials inspired by Garden Organic projects

    The Garden Organic team welcomed Senior Public Health Commissioners from across the UK to the Prince of Wales’ Highgrove Estate this week, for an engagement event designed to showcase the positive impact growing organic food has on health.

    Garden Organic is currently involved with more than twenty Public Health projects across the UK; these range from helping prisoners overcome substance misuse, social and therapeutic horticulture, as well as the more established Master Gardener and Composters community programmes.

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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.