A garden of over 2 acres with woodland, wildflower meadow, allotment, orchard, pond, flower garden, all managed organically.
The garden is at its best from May to July. Access via a field and vehicles no larger than a minibus.
Heather Williams and Julian French would be very happy for interested groups (4+) to visit at pre-booked times.
Rates are £3 per person, £4 if including tea and biscuits, and there are plants for sale.
The two acre garden of The Gate House, Lee situated in a beautiful wooded valley on the North Devon coast is open for visitors under The National Garden Scheme most days from May 1st through to September.
There is a special welcome for Garden Organic members as no chemicals are used on the garden and, as far as possible, it is cultivated on permaculture principles.
The Gate House, Lee, North Devon, EX34 8LR
Friday, 1 May 2015 - 12:00pm to Monday, 31 August 2015 - 4:00pm
Janet Mort has very kindly agreed to open her organic garden with donations to support Garden Organic.
Janet's garden is at Top Road Garden, 206 Top Road, Calow, Chesterfield S44 5TE and will be open by appointment between 1st May and 31st August 2015.
Please contact Janet on 01246 270103 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Top Road Garden, 206 Top Road, Calow, Chesterfield, S44 5TE
Friday, 1 May 2015 - 12:30pm to Monday, 31 August 2015 - 12:30pm
Caroline Fernandez will very kindly be opening her garden to the public on Sunday 24th May from 10.30 until 4pm. This open garden will be part of the Strumpshaw Open Gardens.
There will be several other gardens open in the village and a flower festival in the church. The whole event is raising money for the church roof but, as a member, Caroline will have a separate donation tin for Garden Organic. The garden uses organic methods and is at 17 Chapel Road, Strumpshaw, Norwich NR13 4PA.
A conference for healthcare professionals by Hammersmith Community Gardens Association and Growing Health supported by The Federation of City Farms and Community Gardens.
Programme includes information and advice from practitioners and case studies of therapeutic gardening projects. There will be a tour of the farm and hands on activities from 11am -12.30pm followed by lunch 12.30pm -1.30pm.
Main Conference Programme 1.30pm-4.30pm followed by drinks:
Phoenix High School, The Curve, Shepherds Bush, London, W12 0RQ
Gardening Scotland is the National Gardening and Outdoor Living Show.
If you want to find the best plants, catch the latest gardening trends, find a designer to transform your own garden or ask the experts about anything from growing vegetables to keeping bees, then this is the one Show that you won’t want to miss!
Gardening Scotland is the biggest plant fayre in the country, offering gardeners the chance to take home top quality plants that are hard to source anywhere else.
Royal Highland Centre, Edinburgh
Friday, 29 May 2015 - 10:00am to Sunday, 31 May 2015 - 5:00pm
Learn more about the wonderful world of worm composting. How do worms create compost? What should you feed your worms? We’ll take a look at different styles of wormery, how to create the optimum conditions for your worms and how to use vermicompost in the garden.
Yvonne and Steven Lucas will be opening their garden again this year at Greenways, 24 Roman Road, Worting, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG23 8ER.
Their garden is open between 1pm and 5pm on Sunday, 7th June 2015.
At this organic garden you will see fruit, vegetables, herbs and flowers being grown as well as there being ponds, hens, bees, and rainwater harvesting.
And solar panels where you can see how only £50.00 of electricity is used!
Greenways, 24 Roman Road, Worthing, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG23 8ER.
BBC Gardeners' World Live is the number one destination for hands-on gardeners looking for inspiration, education, expert advice and a great day out and Garden Organic will be there for another year, on stand G284.
This popular show has a fantastic range of things to see and do, including:
Thursday, 11 June 2015 - 9:00am to Sunday, 14 June 2015 - 6:00pm
The course delivered by the Centre for Alternative Technologies (CAT) will cover the principles of working wood, joints and carpentry in a rustic style and is tailored to those interested in making rustic furniture from a range of native tree species in the uk. The course is very hands-on, where participants will learn through making their very own garden bench.
£58 (Members) / £67 (Non Members) – price includes cost for wood
Helen Pitel will very kindly be opening her garden to the public on Saturday 27th June from 1pm until 5pm as part of Transition Stroud Open Edible Gardens weekend event. Opening also by appointment at other times.
Church Gate, The Plain, Whiteshill, Stroud, GL6 6AB
The Seed Festival takes place at Hawkwood, near Stroud in Gloucestershire from 17th-19th July, it's a weekend packed full of Musicians, Poets, Artists, Inspiring Eco Speakers, Movers and Shakers including Neil Munro, Manager of our Heritage Seed Library (HSL) who'll be talking about the history of the HSL and seed stories. The Seed Festival inspires a more intimate and personal connection with our living world and our place within it. This year's theme is Placing Art at the Heart of Ecology.
Weekend tickets are from Friday 17th July at 5pm to Sunday 19th July 5pm.
Hawkwood, Painswick Old Rd, Stroud, Gloucestershire GL6 7QW
Friday, 17 July 2015 - 5:00pm to Sunday, 19 July 2015 - 5:00pm
Not a building course but rather advice on the component parts and the biology of a compost loo system and the kit required to make one. This course will be delivered by the Centre for Alternative Technologies [CAT.](This course will be delivered by the Centre for Alternative Technologies CAT). Students will still need to build effectively a shed around the outside for it to be complete but that’s the more straight forward part of the skills required to make a compost loo.