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Getting Started

On the last day of April (where did that go?) I walked to the nearby Community Gardens. An inspiring place where there are folks from Age U.K.and from MInd . Friendly, sociable and lots of vegetables growing. Need for a Master gardener??

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Household looking for a Master Gardener!

We have just been contacted by a household who is really keen to improve their skills in growing their own veg “I m very much a novice and as I am fast approaching retirement I am keen to develop growing my own friuit and veg.” Any Master Gardeners who would like to support a new […]

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The seed is sown!

Just spent a wonderful hour with my first household. Tomatoes are sown and tea and cake was eaten! Now just waiting to let the plants grow and will be back for tea and more cake!

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Don’t miss a crop with our spring planting guide

Don’t miss a crop with our spring planting guideSnow. Sunshine. More snow. The 2013 growing season is stylishly late, but sowing can’t wait any longer. Yes, now is the time to wake up your seeds from their winter snooze. Fresh from our time with lively Master Gardeners at spring shows and latest training, here’s Garden Organic’s summary of what to plant this spring. […]

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Which green fingers dared to plant their spuds on St Patrick’s day?

Potato-harvestA good friend’s father in law and keen gardener once told me that he always got his spuds in for St Patrick’s day. It seems that this tactic of early sowing is used by our friends over the Irish sea and even further across the Atlantic Ocean. Is it just an Irish thing? I would […]

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