Journalism

Growing greener kids

Traditionally, children are said to hate eating their greens, but a school garden can transform their attitude to cabbage, worms – and the world, says Helen Birch.
Daily Telegraph article

 

Why rose rage has taken root

As the green-fingered hordes descend on the lush lawns of Hampton Court flower show next week for afternoons of beauty and tranquility, spare a thought for the gardeners of Maidenhead. There, gardening seems a rather more fraught affair.
Daily Telegraph article

 

Give it some welly!

For those of us who love our gardens, or grow our own veg, the onset of spring is a thrill like no other. As the first pairs of leaves appear from seeds germinated indoors, buds unfurl from the skeletons of trees and the spring yellows of primroses and daffodils splash the bare earth with sunshine, spirits lift and the winter blues seem far away.
BenHealth Magazine

Growing greener kids

Traditionally, children are said to hate eating their greens, but a school garden can transform their attitude to cabbage, worms – and the world, says Helen Birch.
Daily Telegraph article

Why rose rage has taken root

As the green-fingered hordes descend on the lush lawns of Hampton Court flower show next week for afternoons of beauty and tranquility, spare a thought for the gardeners of Maidenhead. There, gardening seems a rather more fraught affair.
Daily Telegraph article

Give it some welly!

For those of us who love our gardens, or grow our own veg, the onset of spring is a thrill like no other. As the first pairs of leaves appear from seeds germinated indoors, buds unfurl from the skeletons of trees and the spring yellows of primroses and daffodils splash the bare earth with sunshine, spirits lift and the winter blues seem far away.
BenHealth Magazine