Join Chief Exec of the Soil Association, Helen Browning, as she takes us round her organic farm.
How can gardeners can mitigate climate change? And looking at bees with new eyes, with specialist Jean Vernon.
Join Chris and George as they stroll around George's much loved Edinburgh garden, full of rare varieties.
As autumn sets in there's plenty to do. Plus a lifetime of gardening with the irrepressible George Anderson, and what to do with all those green tomatoes!
What can we gardeners do to prevent insect disaster? Plus tips on storing your harvest, bare root planting and celebrating Organic September.
Following last week's look at biocontrols and stimulants, we now get practical. How can gardeners use them? And should we?
Sit back and join us for an in-depth discussion on this fascinating subject.
Can garden retail become more sustainable? Plus your July jobs in the garden.
Can elderberry cure a virus? How does lemon balm make you calm? We chat with Viridian Nutrition to find out more, in this tiny goody bag episode.
Chris enjoys a tour of the new organic demonstration gardens at Ryton; plus growing jobs galore in the busy month of June.
Join us as Frances talks to Sarah about rewilding, and why you should bring the wild into your growing space.
Chris and Sarah share gardening tasks in May, and we meet the private side of TV gardener Frances Tophill.
Ian is one of the country's top entomologists. He tells us the startling facts about insect decline, and how gardeners can help.
We celebrate getting outside with Spring growing advice. And Chris meets Dr Ian Bedford to discuss how we can help stop the devastation of garden insects.
We show how to make every seed-sowing successful. Mark shares with us his design secrets and his plans to put 'ability' into 'disability'.
We share our tips to lift you from lockdown gloom and Chris meets Danny Clarke, a ray of welcome sunshine.
How to plan this year's veg patch. We also hear from two growers new to gardening during lockdown.
Join Chris and Sarah in our award winning podcast for tips and advice on organic growing.
Join us for the full interview with Tony, his life in trees, and special planting and tree care advice.
Organic growing tips from your favourite gardening podcasters - Chris Collins and Sarah Brown. Nominated as 2020 gardening podcast of the year.
Practical organic gardening advice - from making leafmould, to saving seeds and planting bulbs. Plus a serious look at the dangers of pesticides.
Chris meets Mark Diacono, and the two old friends chat about the joys and frustrations of working with tv crews, how to grow pecan nuts, and Mark's …
Join Chris as he and Jekka walk around her herb farm. This is for real herb lovers - with over 70 different sorts of thyme, other exotic delights, and how Jekka grows her healthy plants.
Join us for a summer gardening tasks and the best organic tips on how to manage your plot. Plus Chris spends time with Jekka McVicar, the glorious doyen of herb growing.
How to water well, summer seed sowing, and dealing with summer pests the organic way. Jack Wallington joins us to talk about his book Wild About Weeds.
A chance to hear the full interview with Dowding, when we explore No Dig, how plants get their nutrients, and how to get started yourself.
We discuss No Dig, as well as organic slug pellets, making compost and dealing with aphids. And we're here to help with your garden during lockdown.
Catherine is Technical Director at Melcourt. For over 20 years she has researched and refined their excellent peat-free growing mixes. We learn the secrets behind what goes in the bag.
A lockdown special, with tips to help you make the veg garden productive. Plus everything you need to know about potting composts.
A month for frost protection, winter pruning, planning your planting and clearing the allotment. We explore how trees can help farmers and your own plot.
How to go vegan in your garden with writer Matthew Appleby. Chris and Sarah also share ideas for the new growing season ahead, and get you inspired …
How to share your plot with wildlife, plus making a pond, protecting your plants from frost, and deciding what's safe to put on the compost heap.
Lucy Start - best known as @shegrowsveg - has over 45000 followers on Instagram, where she aims to challenge the orthodox gardening advice, making …
A bumper harvest of Autumn tasks, plus the fun of saving your own seed. We take a special visit to the Heritage Seed Library
Time to enjoy your harvest and start autumn sowing. We have expert advice on blight and other diseases, and Chris meets plantsman Adam Alexander.
We know organic food tastes better, but is it really better for you? Chris and Sarah examine the evidence, speaking with chefs and scientists with up to date research and recipe tips.
Garden Organic’s President, Professor Tim Lang talks about food policy. We discuss food security, obesity and malnutrition - and the vital role food …
Summer is here! Chris and Sarah help you to enjoy summer tasks in your organic growing area. We also discuss climate change gardening, and the best plants for bees.
As the weather warms we prepare the ground for sowing outside. Weeds - love them and manage them, and we discuss the No Dig technique. Hear also how a large online seed and plant merchant is embedding organic …
Spring is here. We get excited about seed sowing, the perfect plant comfrey, and we discuss slugs and slug pellets. Listen also to the inspiring work of an organic gardener working behind prison walls, helping offenders …
We explore why organic is important, and give advice for your own organic growing journey.
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