Wed, 20 May | King George's Hall, Chapel Lane, Mickleton, Chipping Campden, UK

Richard Baldwin – Vegetable Growing in a Small Garden

An informative and engaging talk on the different methods of growing vegetables in the small garden; the question is - what is small, and how small can one go? The talk gives an insight into how we can grow vegetables in almost any garden situation.
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Richard Baldwin – Vegetable Growing in a Small Garden

Time & Location

20 May 2020, 19:00
King George's Hall, Chapel Lane, Mickleton, Chipping Campden, UK

About the Event

 An informative and engaging talk on the different methods of growing vegetables in the small garden; the question is - what is small, and how small can one go?  The talk gives an insight into how we can grow vegetables in almost any garden situation and look at some unusual ways of growing vegetable crops. It covers why vegetables are interesting to grow and the pleasing effect they can give us, along with the health benefits.

The talk touches on the past, looks at the present and possible future growing methods. What will the crops we eat look like in the future?

Competition: An Allium Flower

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