15 April 2015
Five horticulture students from SRUC’s Oatridge Campus, Broxburn, put their plant skills and knowledge to a rather unusual test as they helped RZSS Edinburgh Zoo’s dedicated Gardens Team recreate the natural habitat of dinosaurs.
14 April 2015
The Food Growing Schools: London partnership, led by Garden Organic, launches Grow Your Own Picnic 2015 for the second year with a fantastic, new Grow Your Own School Garden Competition.
- Writtle College claims the People's Choice Award
- Potato roguing courses in Aberdeen and Fife
- Arundel Castle Tulip Festival in full bloom
- Suttons Seeds helps charities to start stacking
- UK water voles face uncertain future
- Shoes Galore - Save 10%
- Maggie's Kitchen Table at RHS Cardiff
- GROW London brings steel, copper and colour to contemporary urban gardening
- Cbeebies' Mr Bloom headlines Family Day at RHS Malvern Spring Festival
- Sussex land named after loyal worker
CLOSING DATE: Friday, 8th May 2015
This month we have the following to win: We have six sets of a Tweetie Pad and a Tweetie Feeder, each worth a total of £79.98, to give away. We have four 1cu m bags of Rolawn Vegetable & Fruit Topsoil, each worth an average of £130.44, to give away. We have two Hozelock prize packages worth £173.95 to give away. We have three Mornflake prize packages, each worth a total of £90, to give away. We have 10 pairs of tickets, worth £30 per pair, to give away. We have 10 'Redlove Era' trees, each worth £30.40, to give away. We have 10 Neudorff prize packages worth £30.45 to give away. We have 10 sets of a one-litre bottle of each of the five new 'Magic' fertilisers, worth a total of £30.95, to give away.
CLOSING DATE: Thursday, 4th June 2015
Thomson & Morgan have £10 vouchers to give away to 25 lucky winners. Vouchers must be spent by June 30th.
Other Feature Articles
10 December 2014With Christmas and the holiday season upon us my thoughts are turned to seasoning for this festive season. What self-respecting bird would be complete without some well seasoned stuffing?
26 September 2014People's motives for growing plants vary. For some it's about economy, for others it's purely for enjoyment or knowing where your produce comes from and what goes into it. And then there are those who “Grow to Show”.
Current Issue: May 2015
WIN! Gardening goodies worth £2837
Claim your 12 strawberry plants!
Sow now for tasty cobs with our sweetcorn guide
Expert advice: Crops for kids; summer cabbage;
baby & unusual veg
Exclusive interview: Raymond Blanc - the importance of flavoursome food
Top tips to 'beat the blight'
Grow your own cutting garden
How to feed your crops
Cloches tried and tested
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