• Top Tips for September

    • Use leafmould or sow green manures to cover bare soil after lifting summer veg.
    • Harvest tomatoes and beans before the first frost strikes.
    • If you bring pots inside, remove all pests, and cover the top layer of soil with grit.

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  • Important update on Ryton Gardens

    In September last year we announced that the Garden Organic Board of Trustees had decided to review options for the whole Ryton site, including the land and buildings beyond the gardens, which might release the charity from the financial pressures of owning and managing the site. These pressures were increasingly restricting the charity’s ability to fulfil its principal charitable aims.

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  • Vote for Garden Organic & help us raise funds

    In honour of Organic September, Garden Organic are taking part in the monthly charity poll hosted by My Favourite Voucher Codes. Every month, they offer three charities the chance to compete in the poll for a free donation of 20% of their profits! Throughout the month of September, we will be up against two other charities to get the most votes by the public. We need your help to win the donation and continue promoting organic gardening throughout the UK. It won’t cost you a penny and takes just seconds to show your support.

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    Garden Organic team up with Naturally Good Food

    We’re pleased to announce a new partnership with Naturally Good Food - the online wholefoods, organic and 'free from' specialists! From their eco-base in the deep green Warwickshire countryside, Naturally Good Food send the world’s best and healthiest foods all over Europe and beyond.

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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.