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.
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.
Important visitor information
Garden Organic has recently completed a sale of its Ryton Gardens site to our key tenant and long-term partner Coventry University. As part of this change Garden Organic will be creating a new demonstration garden, set to open in summer 2021. Please 'Read more' for full details.
Our Heritage Seed Library, works tirelessly to conserve the UK's vegetable heritage, protecting our rich organic diversity for future generations. We undertake targeted activities to encourage seed conservation.
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.