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Penge Edible Garden

Tanja Raaste started her gardening journey with a potted basil plant, after which things got out of hand.  She now grows over 70 varieties of edible plant in her small urban garden, using organic, permaculture, no-dig and forest gardening methods – all designed to make the garden as productive, beautiful and low-maintenance as possible.

Decisions on what to grow are made on the basis of tastiness – a true stomach-led garden!  When not experimenting in the garden, she runs the Edible Garden blog and offers a design and planning service for others wishing to grow edibles.  Through the summer, there are also a couple of garden tours/workshops, where we look at what to grow, where to grow it, how to deal with pests, and a Q&A over some home-grown herbal teas.

For more information, see www.edible-garden.com or email tanja@edible-garden.com

Penge Edible Garden Tanja Raaste started her gardening journey with a potted basil plant, after which things got out of hand.  She now grows over 70 varieties of edible plant in her small urban garden, using organic, permaculture, no-dig and forest gardening methods - all designed to make the garden…

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