The interest in home vegetable growing is not showing any signs of slowing down, so we’ve gathered together even more helpful links and resources in this blog post.
If you are growing in a limited space, the vertical veg guy has got you covered! Walls, Pots, whatever you’ve got, using creative ways to use what space you do have, it’s amazing how much you can grow, follow the link here .
Peter, the community gardener’s at PLANT in Tayport has blogs and Vlogs on the PLANT website with lots of veg growing advice here.
The Ninewells Facilitators have been collaborating with a number of groups to bring you gardening advice from around the area. If you need inspiration about what to grow plants in, what to sow or want a virtual tour of Strathkinness Community Garden, you can find summaries of the workshops co-hosted by Ninewells Garden, PLANT and Edible Campus St Andrews here. There are more workshops being hosted and added weekly at the moment.
If you have a Facebook account, you might want to follow up the Grow Dundee Facebook page, where Dundee growers are sharing advice, solving problems, posting photos of seedlings and chatting all things gardening.
If you are trying your hand at growing with young children, this website set up by a Fife mum growing with her preschool daughter can give you some good tips.
Thrive gardening Charity has set up a Gardening club, sending gardening advice straight to your email inbox every two weeks, sign up here.
Hopefully that should get you started and keep you going! Please choose Peat Free compost to protect the carbon storing biodiverse peat bogs that do so much to lock in carbon and reduce downstream flooding.
Remember you can get in touch with your local friendly facilitators June and Helena for garden advice. Happy Gardening.