National Gardening Week: Edible Britain

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Fruit breeding – Markus Kobelt is one of the most interesting characters in the fruit world, and we managed to pin him down for a Skype chat! His passion and adventurous breeding programme has brought us dwarf raspberries, red fleshed apples and so much more! Find out more about Markus and the company Lubera, with its century of fruit growing and breeding.

Organic vegetable growing – Hannah and Tom run the Eves Hill Veg Co, a bustling market garden in Norfolk, where they experiment with high yielding crops and focus on teaching horticultural techniques is to build soil health and biodiversity for pollinators, birds and other wildlife.

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National Gardening Week is a celebration of gardening organised by the Royal Horticultural Society. During the 29th April to the 5th May 2019, the RHS is calling upon gardeners to share their love of produce to tie in with this year’s theme, Edible Britain.

 

COMPETITION TIME

Do you want to win a £100 voucher to spend at Suttons?

Founded in 1806, Suttons has over 200 years of gardening knowledge and expertise and built an enviable reputation for supplying only the very best quality seeds. Unsurprisingly you’ll find all of your favourite flower and vegetable varieties, as well as some more unusual ones that you’ll soon fall in love with.

To WIN BIG, all you need to do is fill in the form below and answer a question!

T&Cs: Competition ends at 11.59pm on 5th May 2019. No cash alternative. Open to UK entrants only. The winner will be contacted via email. If we don’t receive a response from the winner within 48 hours, we will pass the prize onto the next eligible winner.

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