Group learning about gardening

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Learn hands-on organic growing practices from expert tutors. Get started with the principles of organic gardening or develop your skills and knowledge. See our course list below or find out more about training.

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  1. Tomatoes and flowers growing in polytunnel
    • Local Events

    South East Essex Organic Gardeners - Monthly Meeting 18th March

    South East Essex Organic Gardeners welcome you to their monthly meeting for March 2024

  2. Bee on flowers
    • Local Events

    North London Organic Gardeners - Monthly Meeting 6th March

    North London Organic Gardeners invite you to their monthly meeting at Carey Hall, Winchmore Hill Baptist Church, Compton Road N21 3PA

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    • Local Events

    Letchworth Organic Gardeners: The Plight of the Bumblebee Sat 20th April

    Letchworth Organic Gardeners are excited to invite you to attend their talk: The Plight of the Bumblebee, hosted by Holly Pringle from the Bumblebee Conservation Trust.

  4. Randbow chard plant
    • Vegetables and herbs
    • Gardening and growing

    Planning your Veg Garden from Seed to Plate - Thurs 29th February

    Planning how, when, and what to grow can be bewildering - whether you’re a new or experienced gardener. But Chris Collins is here to help at this lunchtime online talk, as he takes you step-by-step through the process of seed sowing, raising plants and planning your plot.

  5. Tomatoes growing in the green house
    • Vegetables and herbs
    • Gardening and growing

    Organic Food Growing for Beginners - Weds 6th March

    This face-to-face workshop at our organic demonstration garden in Ryton, near Coventry, is perfect for anybody who is new to organic food growing.

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    • Heritage Seed Library

    How to Save your Own Seeds: Getting Started - Weds 13th March

    Seed saving is for everyone – and it’s one of the best and cheapest ways you can propagate your garden, while also protecting varieties and heritage plants. In this online lunchtime talk, you can find out more about how to save seed, and why it's so important.

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    • Gardening and growing

    Introduction to Sustainable Garden Design - Tues 19th March

    Whether you’re redesigning your garden, or starting from scratch, this workshop will give you a head start when it comes to designing in tune with nature.

  8. Butterfly on organge flowers
    • Heritage Seed Library

    Grow a Pollinator Patch - Weds 27th March

    In this lunchtime online talk you’ll learn how to attract and support the many wonderful pollinating insects in your garden, from bees and butterflies to hoverflies and moths.

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    Organic demonstration garden tour - Thurs 4th April

    April is a magical time to take a tour of our unique organic demonstration garden - just as it comes to life. Look for bees among the bobbing hellebore heads, and learn more about gardening for drought in our alpine garden.

  10. Vegetable plants emerging from the ground
    • Vegetable growing

    How to Grow Veg all Year Round - Weds 10th April

    This online talk will help you plan your year-round food growing activities, so you always remain productive. Anton Rosenfeld will provide you with a feast of examples including a tasty array of winter salads.