GardenTags Live Stream


“How do we spark a growing revolution?” – watch our illustrious panellists debate it here


What an engaging and insightful debate it was.   Our panellists certainly had some game changing ideas on how to spark a gardening revolution.

Watch it here and let us know your thoughts and ideas in the comments below.

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  1. 1
    Andrea Scott

    This sounds very interesting. I would love to set up a community garden project of my own! How would I go about doing this?

  2. 2
    Adam Daniels

    If we’re not careful the skills we have will die out if we don’t pass them down through the generations. How do we encourage more knowledge transfer between the young and the old?

  3. 4
    Naomi Hare

    My questions more on the growing / allotment spaces being lost. How can we insure local govements ( I’m in Scotland so slightly different practices occur) can’t keep building on sights!!! Our waiting lists for allotment sights are 14+ years. Vast numbers of us have no access to growing spaces because we have to rent… Not own property.. There needs to be a system where renters have more options! Help

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    Katherine Crouch

    school gardens – don’t grow summer maturing salads that kids don’t like anyway! Grow strawberries and top fruit that ripens in the autumn term and buy a peeler/corer/slicer gadget. All kids eat apples this way! I’ll be your fruit guru….

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    Kids these days grow up in such an instant world, from tv to photos, from a bottle of smoothie to quick cook rice. How do you encourage everyone to just slow down, while still projecting excitement? Does gardening need to be combined with something else to provide the instant needs we now grow up believing is normal?

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