It was a great success! 14 areas open including gardens, allotments, farm and schools. Even though we concentrated on a smaller area this year we had over 500 garden visits.
The idea behind the weekends is to encourage as many people as possible to consider developing their own edible garden. Food prices continue to climb and, with the impact of the economy, it has never been a better time to grow your own food.
This is a chance to celebrate some of our wonderfully productive gardens and local food growing projects in the Stroud Valleys.
We are very grateful to all the gardeners, without whom these weekends would not be possible.
(Edible Open Gardens is part of Transition Stroud – click here for TS website)