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Flowers to grow, that you can eat

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As you know I have posted a very basic blog on foraging, that most people should be able to get at least one thing from, and wash and eat some of for their lunch. 390 more words

Food And Self-sufficiency

Garden Box Replacement

As most of you know by now, I garden in boxes and containers. One of the first boxes I built when I moved in here finally gave out on me. 45 more words

20 Vertical Gardening Ideas for Turning a Small Space into a Big Harvest

Given how densely built up a fair number of the estates in Basildon can be, we don’t always have the space we would like in our back gardens. 84 more words

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20 Vertical Gardening Ideas for Turning a Small Space into a Big Harvest

Given how densely built up Stanford-le-Hope and Corringham can be in parts, we don’t always have the space we would like in our back gardens. If you’re into growing your own food, that can prove to be a real problem. 38 more words

Resources

Growing your own food

On the estates we operate on in Basildon, one of our key aims is to encourage residents to start growing their own food. If you have access to a garden, once you can secure tools, seeds and help if needed, you can make a start. 480 more words

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Community gardening this Sunday (24.4)

Community gardening and planting will be taking place at Nursery Gardens this Sunday (24.4) starting at 2.30pm. This is a chance for Nursery Garden residents to start growing their own food, to brighten the estate up a bit and to meet, talk and plan for the future. 55 more words

Events

Get your Garden Ready!

March would have been a fantastic time to start preparing your soil for a garden but you may have missed the memo that March was a good time. 1,296 more words

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