The Organic Gardening Catalogue

Update from The Organic Gardening Catalogue

We would like to share an update with you from David Robinson, Managing Director of The Organic Gardening Catalogue.

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Prunus mume - Japanese apricot

Update from Garden Organic

We wanted to send a message to all our members, supporters and organic enthusiasts at this unsettling time. The GO team are all continuing to work in whatever way we can - gardeners understand the need to adapt to changes in the environment so we’re better prepared than many.

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Pesticides are turning gardens into toxic environments.

Supermarkets across the UK are being urged to remove harmful pesticides such as bug killers, lawn treatments and weed killers from their shelves over fears that gardens are being turned into toxic environments.

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2020 horticultural courses - available to book now!

We're delighted to announce the launch of our courses for 2020. We're offering a range of engaging horticultural courses covering seasonal gardening topics, including seed saving with our experts from the Heritage Seed Library.

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Growing Flowers and People Organically

Jo Wright, founding director of Organic Blooms, tells us about her nine-acre Soil Association-certified, cut flower farm in South Gloucestershire

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organic gardening podcast

March podcast - meet Gardeners' World presenter, Joe Swift

Be sure to catch our bumper March episode - includes an interview with Joe Swift, plus seed sowing made easy.

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organic garden insects

RHS Plants for Bugs study – results

Organic gardeners know how important insects are in the growing area. But which are the best plants to support insect life?

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bumble bee garden organic

Can bumblebees survive climate chaos?

Bumblebees are in drastic decline across Europe and the US because of hotter and more frequent extremes in temperatures.

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peat free peat ban

For Peat's Sake campaign update

Garden Organic’s campaign to take peat out of horticulture is proving hugely successful.

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peat peat-free

DEFRA delays again on peat ban

Once again, DEFRA has delayed the peat ban, ignoring expert advice.

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