Organic Gardening Tips for August

Vegetable beds and allotments are now overflowing with organic fruit and vegetables to harvest. Flower beds need dead-heading and perennials need planting. Harvest time is here. Enjoy! Crops need to be well watered, especially onions, so make sure you keep emptying the water butt (if we get any rain to fill it!!) and turn on…


BioDynamic Approval for our Organic Compost

We are delighted to have BioDynamic Approval for our compost. This means that ALL our products are certified Organic, BioDynamic and Vegan. BioDynamic Gardening recognises that soil health and plant growth are ecologically interrelated. BioDynamic and regenerative gardening means caring for and nurturing the soil to improve its structure and health and supporting the micro…


Organic Gardening Tips for July

This is the month to start to harvest the fruits of your labours. Home grown fruit and vegetables taste fabulous – time to enjoy! Jobs to do in the garden this month: • Water and feed all areas regularly with our liquid fertiliser, especially onions if you are growing them • Dig up and enjoy…


Organic Gardening Tips for June

We have the Jubilee bank holiday weekend to enjoy some extra time in our gardens, and warmer weather is hopefully arriving soon! Greenhouses around the UK will be emptied and window-sills in houses can be cleared of plants as everything can be planted out. Time to harvest rhubarb to make a rhubarb summer pudding! Gardening…


Organic Gardening Tips for May

May is a month of planting out, so lets hope the frosts stay away so we can! We also need some rain, after a very dry winter and spring, so make sure you keep up with the watering and feeding. Jobs to do this month: • Plant out tomatoes in unheated greenhouse • Prick out…


Organic Gardening Tips for April

The sun is shining, the snow showers keep coming and the nights are cold. Don’t rush to plant out young seedlings or Jack Frost might get them! Jobs to do this month: Protect plants from the frost Sow all sorts of seeds in a heated greenhouse or inside on a windowsill: tomatoes, peppers, marrows etc…


Organic Gardening Tips for March

Spring is almost here and the storms have hopefully all gone! Time to do lots of preparation and sowing of early crops in the greenhouse. The warm sun is coming very soon!! Jobs to do this month: • Start off seedlings including annuals and summer vegetables like Lettuce, Cabbage and Beetroot • Sow flower seeds…


Certified Organic Multi Purpose Compost – Available Now!

After lots of requests, our certified organic and certified vegan multi purpose compost is available to buy now! Fully traceable, free from peat, free from green waste (which means no more plastic, sticks and who knows what in your vegetable and flower beds!) and certified organic and vegan. The perfect multi purpose compost for outdoor…


Organic Gardening Tips for February

Spring is almost here! The days are gradually getting longer…..Time to do lots of preparation and sowing of early crops in the greenhouse or on your windowsills. Jobs to do this month: • Plant herbs in pots to keep in the kitchen • Peaches and grapes can be planted in the greenhouse • Apply Natural…


Meet our first NG Allotment Apprentice!

In December we launched a search on social media for a newbie allotment holder to become our first NG Allotment Apprentice. After lots of fabulous applications, we decided our apprentice for 2022 would be Massimo (Max). Max runs supper-clubs and foodie pop ups in his local area, and is keen to start growing his own…