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An exotic event

An exotic eventGlenda, together with north London MGs Robbie and Paulette are getting together around exotic veg growing. Glenda writes, A group of Master gardeners from North and South London have come together all showing the passion for growing organically non traditional crops such as cho cho, callaloo, sweet potato, sharkfin melon, ginger, moringa – the tree […]

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Fruit Garden at The Rookery

Fruit Garden at The RookeryMG Kate Daly has been key to the growing development of the very exciting Streatham Common Community Garden, which is on a site also known as The Rookery.  The image is her axonometric 3-d rendering of the space, drawing on her garden design training and expertise. She writes, Streatham Action is kindly funding a fruit […]

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Bird Walk Kennington

Bird Walk KenningtonMaster Gardener Melanie is active in her local area. She writes… Bird Walk in Kennington connects two local streets – but it has the power to do much more. With the help of generous local people this previously unloved alley in Kennington is being transformed into a “given garden”; created with donated plants and given […]

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Grow for Gold – winning Master Gardeners

Grow for Gold – winning Master GardenersTo commemorate the Olympic year, Capital Growth launched in February 2012 the Grow for Gold competition with five categories. The results are in and several South London Master Gardeners contributed significantly to first prize-winning gardens in two of the categories! The People’s food garden category was all about community engagement, an essential part of community […]

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Gardening in Schools Barbara at Ravenstone

Gardening in Schools Barbara at RavenstoneThe Ravenstone School garden club is thriving even as cold autumn nights draw in. The club is run by two teachers and two volunteers (including me) for an hour after school on Wednesday. It’s really popular and last school year the numbers increased to over 20. This year we limited numbers to 12-15 for the […]

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