This weeks podcast is a little different as Richard was asked to participate in Seedy Sunday's local gardeners question time.
Seedy Sunday is an annual event held in Brighton, East Sussex. Its Britain's oldest and longest running seed swop event
The idea is a simple, you bring along some seeds you want to swop for seeds you want to go home with. Its held every year on the first Sunday in February.
Local Gardeners question time
This year Richard was invited to be on the panel answering members of the publics questions on gardening. Joining Richard on the panel was
- Kate Bradbury a well known wildlife gardener
- Ruth a founding member of brighton and hove organic gardening group
- Kate Harrison, the boss of Seedy Sunday and chaired this event.
Questions asked incude
- How to save money agrdening
- How to rescue a poorly olive tree
- How to prepare for droughts
- and many more
Richard mentions an olive feed for olive trees, the product he recommends is here.