News from the Community Gardens March 2021

By Ed Bowring | March 10 2021

 News from the Community Gardens March 2021

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     News from the Community Gardens March 2021

    The daffodils are out at the Bishop’s Palace vegetable plot.


    We hope you are all keeping well. The current lockdown restrictions are slowly being eased so as of this week we are able to start running 1 to 1 gardening sessions at the Bishop’s Palace vegetable plot, which is great news!

    The sowing season is now upon us and it’s exciting to see the first of the peppers germinate in the propagator. The recent sunshine and mild temperatures have really felt like spring and are warming the soil and even the grass has had its first mow of the year.


    The over wintered broad beans, garlic and onions are growing well and the borders are full of colour with crocuses, snowdrops, irises and daffodils in bloom. It won’t be long until we sow the early potatoes at the end of the month and in the mean time they are safely chitting away in the shed.


    With the new relaxing of restrictions we are now able to run 1 to 1 sessions again. Please contact us to book a session as all sessions must currently be booked in advance, thank you.

    Regular gardening sessions – 1 to 1 sessions available, please contact us for availability.

    For further information and session times and locations contact

    OR consult our websites

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