Can garden retail become more sustainable? Plus your July jobs in the garden.
D'autres épisodes de "The Organic Gardening Podcast"
32: Unpruned interview - George Anderson in his garden
18:48Join Chris and George as they stroll around George's much loved Edinburgh garden, full of rare varieties.
31: October - joyful autumn tasks plus George Anderson, doyen of Scottish gardening
46:03As 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!
30: September - Dave Goulson talks about Silent Earth: an insect apocalypse.
1:00:04What can we gardeners do to prevent insect disaster? Plus tips on storing your harvest, bare root planting and celebrating Organic September.
29: Nematodes and others - our practical guide to bio controls and stimulants
35:21Following last week's look at biocontrols and stimulants, we now get practical. How can gardeners use them? And should we?
28: August - bio controls and stimulants, what are they?
37:32Sit back and join us for an in-depth discussion on this fascinating subject.
27: July - how green is your garden centre? Plus summer weed control, and other inspiring organic growing advice.
56:09Can garden retail become more sustainable? Plus your July jobs in the garden.
26: Healing herbs from the garden - how they work
13:59Can 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.
25: June - join us for a private view of Garden Organic's new demonstration gardens
47:51Chris enjoys a tour of the new organic demonstration gardens at Ryton; plus growing jobs galore in the busy month of June.
24: Frances Tophill on Rewilding Your Garden
28:27Join us as Frances talks to Sarah about rewilding, and why you should bring the wild into your growing space.
23: May - a glorious growing month, plus special guest 'Love Your Garden' Frances Tophill
47:44Chris and Sarah share gardening tasks in May, and we meet the private side of TV gardener Frances Tophill.