The humble pea is rich in Vitamin C, proteins, carbohydrates and fibre. Who would have thought the handful of green pebbles with your Sunday roast would be so good for you.
If you’re addicted to Mexican food or love a lazy Sunday brunch with avocado on toast then don’t throw away your avocado stone, grow it instead!
While you can’t regrow a whole carrot from your discarded carrot tops, you can regrow the tender and succulent green carrot tops, which can make a cracking pesto!
A kitchen colander can be a quirky and unique container for growing plants like lettuce, peppers, tomatoes, chives, or strawberries.
Ginger is one of the most delicious spices on the earth. It is loaded with nutrients and bioactive compounds that have powerful benefits for your body and brain. It has been used to help digestion, reduce nausea and help fight the common cold.
To grow sweet potatoes we first have to nurture ‘slips’ from our kitchen leftovers. Slips are small sprouts that are grown from pre-existing sweet potato plants.
Confession time. Have you ever had old garlic grow green tops? Well, there is no need to be ashamed or to throw them in the bin because those little beauties are growing magically all on their own.
Urban Growth London are running sessions at The Jetty in Greenwich every week to improve your gardening skills in a beautiful riverside location.
We’ve completed our second day on site and it’s safe to say there are a few aching muscles, but also plenty of satisfaction as we planted the first tree!
Join us in the first days of March to create a lasting community resource for south London: the Brixton Orchard.