RHS Grow your Own Facebook advice

The UK Grow your Own season is steaming ahead over the next week with the long hours of daylight continuing up until Midsummers Day on 21st June. The longer days combined with some welcome rain  in the South  is making my veggies really put on a growth spurt.

It is great to grow your own food to eat – as well as being healthy this is obviously cheaper than buying from supermarkets plus it keeps your carbon footprint looking good by cutting down on food mile.

I find there is so much to learn about growing veg and fruit that it is helpful to connect with experts such as the RHS in the UK or City Food Growers if you live in Australia.Would love to find a good source of information to suggest to my American visitors as well?

Here are the links for UK and Australian veg growing advice:

Join our RHS Grow Your Own Facebook drop-in Q&A sessions for live topical advice from the RHS online team, and dedicated RHS experts answering your questions. Join us on the last Friday of every month – our next session is Friday 24 June from 2pm – 4pm.


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