Birmingham allotment, Susan & Kevin Butlin 2017-18

25th February 2018 Your No Dig Gardens

The Birmingham allotment of Susan and Kevin Butlin. During the winter of 2016/17 they cut down the weeds, dug out the roots of brambles that had spread half way over the plot, covered all the area w

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Czech Republic 2017, Roman Jonczy’s new garden

31st October 2017 Your No Dig Gardens

I received a message on 16.10.17 from Roman, who had discovered my work on You Tube: “One of your videos was actually the reason I started a small vegetable garden this past spring. While follow

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Rhys Jaggar, London July 2017, all images 27.7

27th July 2017 Your No Dig Gardens

‘I converted our vegetable plot in NW London to a no-dig 50sqm plot between 2014 and 2016, after discovering Charles’ website, purchasing his books and attending a day course at Homeacres.

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Cherry Taylor in Monmouthshire

26th July 2017 Your No Dig Gardens

We moved to a new garden on Monmouthshire clay in August 2015.  It was a neglected, weedy lawned garden with hedges full of ground elder, couch and bindweed, 1.75 acres in total. I initially set up a

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Becky King, May to July 2017

15th July 2017 Your No Dig Gardens

I met Becky at Homeacres during my June open day 2017, she had come to check the garden and say thankyou for introducing her to no dig. Previous to this year she had struggled to grow any decent amoun

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Your No Dig Gardens – Teresa Grodi

15th July 2017 Your No Dig Gardens

6th June 2017, from Teresa Grodi in Ohio, USA. "We exchanged a few comments on your YouTube channel regarding theories of *how* no dig gardening began and spread. We had bought a piece of land in one

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Your No Dig Gardens – Meghann Sherwood

14th July 2017 Your No Dig Gardens

Meghann Sherwood took over a weedy allotment in January 2017, mulched with compost and cardboard. Four months later in May, clean beds and many crops underway.

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Your No Dig Gardens – Millie Williamson

14th July 2017 Your No Dig Gardens

January, Millie Williamson takes on a weedy allotment, goes for mulching with cardboard and compost. Five months later in June, easy cropping now as weeds are so few.

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