• Top Tips for November

    • General: provide plenty of shelter for garden wildlife to help them survive the winter cold and wet
    • Fruit: stop damage from winter moths by putting sticky bands in place round tree trunks. Remember to put them round the tree tie too
    • Greenhouse: grease the legs of staging with fruit tree grease. This stops vine weevil adults climbing up & laying eggs in overwintering potted plants

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  • Brogdale Apple

    Join us for an Appletastic weekend at Brogdale

    Join us at the Brogdale National Apple Festival in Kent this Saturday and Sunday, 18th and 19th October, for a weekend dedicated to all things apple.

    Apple enthusiasts interested in growing organically can visit our stand to learn about the work of Garden Organic and chat to the Medway and North London Master Gardeners about their work in encouraging and promoting "growing your own".

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  • Ordsall Hall

    Northern Organic groups meet GO at Ordsall Hall, Salford

    As one of a series of meetings with representatives of local organic groups around the country, Garden Organic team members James Campbell, Rebecca Witcomb and Suzanne Goldby met leaders of a range of northern organic groups at Ordsall Hall in Salford, to discuss how to work better together and what Garden Organic could best do to promote and support organic growing locally.

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  • Website refresh complete

    We're pleased to announce that today sees the launch of the final major phase of our refreshment of the Garden Organic website.

    Throughout the spring and summer we've moved general public content across from our 'old' site. Today - ahead of schedule - the new Members' Area has gone live.

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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.