August 2015

Our project ends this month...

It’s been a great three years of Growing the Future and we’ve enjoyed getting to know over 5000 participants across Wales as they’ve learned about growing their own fruit and vegetables.

Our courses end this month...

Our project ends this month...

It’s been a great three years of Growing the Future and we’ve enjoyed getting to know over 5000 participants across Wales as they’ve learned about growing their own fruit and vegetables.

Grow your own vegetables in Wales

Growing your own Vegetables in Wales Book

The 'Growing your own vegetables in Wales' book is available to buy via The National Botanic Garden of Wales gift shop

Book now

FREE online resources

FREE Online resources

You can continue to access our range of topics (over 22!) online through a mixture of informal videos, animations and downloadable hand outs

Thank you to everybody involved for your enthusiasm, support and enjoyment.

@GTFCymru: RT @AngelaDutton: Thank you for the book & seeds @GTFCymru @GreenManFest Will gather & re-sow the verbena seeds too #growyourown #bees http…

@GTFCymru: Some great autumn courses @walesbotanic from Sheryl Richardson (former GTF head trainer) http://t.co/tHN86Inr4w http://t.co/Ntphe6r6bw

@GTFCymru: RT @RebeccaEvansAM: Our RDP-funded Tyfu'r Dyfodol/Growing the Future project has helped 5,000 people grow their own fruit/veg. More here ht…

@GTFCymru: A big thank you - photos, recipes, our film and a chance to receive £50 in gardening vouchers - http://t.co/DY7BphTsdj

@GTFCymru: RT @walesbotanic: Sign up to our weekly newsletter & keep up to speed with all Garden news http://t.co/unpstPYBbW #GardenOf Wales #Carmarth

Parsnip Soup

Latest Recipes

Spicy Parsnip Soup

These root veg and can be sown in March/April. Parsnips like the soil to be a little warmer so use a cloche and leave in place until the seedlings have developed.


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Gardening is the best medicine for Sam

For many years depression has been treated with medication, but unfortunately this is not always effective for everyone. During the last year research has proved that gardening is a safe and effective way to tackle depression, with the suggestion that people developing their green fingers helps them to cope with depression.

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