• Top Tips for September

    • Use a low nutrient mulch such as leafmould or straw, or even newly fallen autumn leaves, on any bare areas.
    • Keep weeding to prevent weeds seeding.
    • Save seeds of your organically grown herbs for next spring. Make sure they are dry, then store in airtight containers in a cool place.
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News

  • Colours of the rainbow

    It has been another busy week of harvesting, cooking and seed saving for Lucy and her family, but that doesn't mean she has become complacent in her gardening duties, quite the opposite in fact...

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  • One small step can make a difference - join us for Organic September 2020

    One small step can make a difference - join us for Organic September 2020.
    We're excited to celebrate being organic and work with nature to ensure a better future for us all. Follow us all month as we provide you with simple affordable changes you can make to Go Organic as every small action can make a difference for our world.

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  • bee organic gardening

    Can bumble bees be good gardeners?

    Sometimes bumble bee queens emerge from hibernation too early for flowering plants, which provide them with pollen. Research has shown they have an intriguing way of moving things on.

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Featured Person

  • Our Founder

    Lawrence Hills, a freelance journalist and keen organic grower. He was passionate about promoting the potential of the herb comfrey as a natural fertiliser and the benefits of organic growing as a whole.