Growing your own food - Alan Titchmarsh
Alan Titchmarsh reveals why growing your own food has never been more vital than now, and shares his tips for success – whatever your growing conditions.
BBC Gardeners' World Magazine podcast - Episode 2
Growing food has been the lockdown activity for so many of us through the pandemic, but can you turn a summer’s interest into a passion for life? We ask Alan Titchmarsh, one of our national gardening treasures, to share his tips for success with fruit and veg – whatever your growing space and conditions. From what to grow in a shady city courtyard to encouraging kids to get gardening, plus sharing harvesting tips and family recipes, Alan will give you the confidence to just have a go – and the appetite to start right now!
Listen to this conversation between Alan and Lucy Hall, editor of BBC Gardeners' World Magazine from Thursday 3 December, 2020:
Find out more
- Low maintenance fruit and veg to grow
- Get the best from veg in pots
- Grow fruit in a small garden
- Recipes for cooking with your courgettes, beetroot, cabbages and turnips
- Watch Grow Your Own At Home with Alan Titchmarsh, ITV series 1 (UK only)
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