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  • South London Master Gardeners – 6000 hours of local advice and support growing food Posted on 25 February 2014
    We’ve had an excellent run under the Local Food funding. We’ve reached Yr 5, Quarter 2 of our programme. There was 3 year’s funding initially, and that was extended by 18...
  • Fiona Law Posted on 19 February 2014
    As the programme comes to a pause I thought I’d do a final case study on myself, before I move on. I’ve been involved in the South London Master Gardener programme sinc...
  • Extra Training Day – February Posted on 12 February 2014
    It was a most convivial and cheery gathering of the South London Master Gardeners, but just a little poignant. This was the last of the meetings under our Local Food funding. No ma...
  • Seed Swap and Growing advice Extravaganza at Crystal Palace Posted on 12 February 2014
    Lots of lovely interaction took place on 8th Feb – a wonderful kick start to the growing season of 2014! And in an otherwise blustery and hailing day, we enjoyed a couple of ...
  • Master Gardeners – with distinction Posted on 12 February 2014
    13 of our April 2013 cohort of MGs have been awarded the status of Master Gardener with Distiction. They’ve successfully supported communities to grow their own food, and met...
  • March in the garden Posted on 2 March 2015
    I seem to remember a saying that is something like “March winds will blow and we will have and what will the Robin do then, poor thing”, well this Robin will be tucked up in a ...
  • Winter 2014 school report from North Norfolk Master Gardener Sue Posted on 2 March 2015
    Thanks to a grant from Norfolk Community Foundation, Garden Organic’s Master Gardener Sue can continue to mentor her 3 growing North Norfolk schools during 2014. She has done her...
  • Meet Master Gardener Barry from Thetford, Norfolk Posted on 25 February 2015
    Meet Master Gardener Barry from Thetford, Norfolk    ...
  • The last move Posted on 25 February 2015
    I was asked over the weekend when was the best time to move a fruit tree, granted they were only new trees and had only been in their position for 2 years. There’s only one a...
  • Buying a fruit tree Posted on 12 February 2015
    About now the D.I.Y. stores and supermarkets start carrying a stock of fruit trees, apples, plums and pears. The big question is whether they are worth buying and what should I be ...
  • Welcome to Somerset Master Gardeners Posted on 21 November 2012
      Garden Organic is delighted to announce our partnership with Somerset Community Food to support volunteer ‘Master Gardeners’ to help communities grow their own f...
  • A fresh start Posted on 11 November 2014
      Trying to beat a drug addiction is a huge challenge. Trying to detox whilst serving a prison sentence can be even more complex. But sometimes the simple things in life can h...
  • Blogs coming soon Posted on 9 February 2013
    Our programme at HMP Rye Hill begins in spring 2013. Please visit back soon for latest blogs. In the meantime, please click here to read Master Gardener blogs from across the UK Ab...
  • Case studies coming soon Posted on 9 February 2013
    Our programme at HMP Rye Hill begins in spring 2013. Please visit back soon for latest case studies. In the meantime, please click here to read case studies from our Master Gardene...
We’re creating a model to establish custom networks of volunteer Master Gardeners in more UK areas. More information available here.

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