No matter how long you have been growing your own vegetables either in your garden at home or on your
allotment, there is always something new to learn. Below are links to some organisations which provide lots of useful information on all subjects connected with gardening and growing your own fruit and vegetables, as well as a guide to the tasks appropriate for the month. So click the links to find out more.
A national charity established for organic growing. It provides a range of programmes to enhance individuals, communities and the environment through organic growing. The website contains a whole range of useful and interesting information, as well as details of how to join.
A Complete Guide to Growing your own Organic Food
Written by freelance writer, Jonas Greene, this in-depth guide provides helpful information and useful advice on organic gardening, including growing tips and techniques for those looking to produce their own organic, healthier food.
Green Uses for Waste
An interesting website packed with information on composting and reducing / re-using waste.
Royal Horticultural Society
The Royal Horticultural Society needs no introduction. The link directs you to the section on gardening, where you will find a wealth of facts and information on all aspects of gardening and growing your own food. It is also possible to become a member - full details including what you get from the membership are included on the website.
BBC Good Food - Growing Potatoes
As well as giving information on how to grow potatoes, there are also links to tips on growing herbs and tomatoes. And when you have harvested your crop: BBC Good Food Recipes
have lots of tasty recipes, especially when they are made with your own fresh fruit and vegetables.