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The Noughticulture Talks: Growing to eat in small spaces


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With more people living in cities than ever before and an increased consciousness over where our food comes from, edible growing is taking over urban spaces. Gardeners with balconies or roof tops in cities the world over have proved that it is possible to grow to eat all year round. But how, and where to get started? This talk will offer inspiring advice from those who have made growing your own a reality for city-dwellers and in some of London’s finest restaurants and look at what needs to be done to improve our urban growing spaces, all against the context of an exhibition dedicated man who revolutionised urban gardening: John Brookes.This is the first in a series of three lectures looking at urban gardening for the new generation, curated by Alice Vincent (Author of How to Grow Stuff: Easy, no stress gardening for beginners, and writer for The Telegraph). Other talks in the series:

3rd April: The Noughticulture Talks: How Instagram revolutionised gardening

10th April: The Noughticulture Talks: So houseplants are back – now what?

The Garden Museum
Lambeth Palace Road
 SE1 7LB

Nearest train/tube:

Event date: 27/03/2018
Open from 19:00 to 20:30

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