Our Work

  • Organic Growing

    Organic Growing

    We believe that the best option to protect our food supplies, environment, health and wellbeing is to use organic growing methods. These harness the natural cycles and processes that promote plant growth.

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  • Education

    Education

    Our education programmes help teachers and school professionals to develop gardening projects that teach children where their food comes from, develop their scientific and environmental awareness and encourage them to eat more fruit and vegetables.

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  • Policy & Campaigning

    Policy & Campaigning

    Since 1958, Garden Organic has worked to protect the rich, interdependent, diverse life that makes up our gardens and growing spaces.

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  • Ryton Organic Gardens

    French marigolds at Ryton Organic Gardens

    Ryton Organic Gardens is the perfect destination for anyone interested in seeing the principles and practices of organic gardening. Our inspirational demonstration gardens, based five miles from Coventry, provide the perfect chance for visitors to learn more about all aspects of organic growing. Step into our chemical-free world and experience the benefits of gardening in harmony with nature, see our Heritage vegetables growing throughout the seasons, spend time in our sensory garden, learn about organic gardening therapy projects, composting and much more.

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  • Organic Heritage

    Organic Heritage

    At Garden Organic, we are dedicated to preserving our valuable organic heritage. We undertake targeted activities to protect diversity and encourage seed conservation.

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  • Healthy Communities

    Healthy communities

    Gardening and growing is good for us all! It is good for our physical and mental health, for reducing stress and helping to tackle challenging behaviour. It can also help to build confidence and develop a range of employability skills.

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  • Research

    Garden Organic conducts research in partnership with Coventry University's Centre for Agroecology Water and Resiliance (CAWR), both for the amateur and professional.

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