RHS and Alys Fowler Grow Your Own

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The RHS is increasingly using technology to connect with gardeners.

They have an excellent facebook event this week with Alys Fowler, one of my favourite gardeners, answering your questions on their Grow Your Own Facebook page via drop-in Q&A sessions. This takes place on Friday 29 July from 3pm – 4pm and is definitely one to join in with.https://www.facebook.com/rhsgrowyourown

If you miss it, then the next best thing is to buy her amazing book The Edible Garden  which is a must for anyone who Grows their Own fruit and veg. Full of brilliant photos and packed with inspirational ideas for planting. Just love the way she makes growing your own veggies such a fun and artistic thing to do.Really hope we see Alys back on the TV very soon.


RHS iPhone Grow Your Own app

If you have an iPhone then you will not want to miss the extra packages of fruit, veg or herbs at only £1.79 each available  for the RHS Grow Your Own iPhone app. The free app includes 20 fruit and veg, but now you can download extra profiles quickly and easily.

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1 Comments For This Post

  1. Vicky Stevens Says:

    Thank you for sharing info about Alys’ Facebook event. She’s one of my favourite gardeners too!

    I’d also recommend her other book, ‘The Thrifty Gardener’, which includes all kinds of ideas on how to upcycle, reduce waste and garden in a generally more environmentally friendly way.