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We organise a virtual seed and plant swap, in association with Planna Fwyd.

Seeds currently available here

Usually, we meet on the last Thursday of each month. But we aren’t in usual times.

Fancy joining our new monthly Zoom meets? Get your ticket below:

The permablitz is a hands on, member led work day on a garden, plot or smallholding. Due to Covid 19, these are suspended at the moment, but you can join Planna Fwyd’s Land Army here

What else?

We are currently talking with Powys CC, trying to effect a change in their policy. There are small pockets of land owned by the local authority that are unkempt, unloved and systematically sprayed and strimmed.

We are hoping to identify some that can be adopted by local groups, starting with one in Tre Garth, Machynellth – right on our doorstep

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Eating the garden:


  • What to sow in June
    June – that fickle month… Ordinarily, June for us is the beginning of festival season – a series of workdays at Worthy Farm, Glastonbury culminating in the festival around Summer Solstice. With the festival postponed until 2021, our busy green […]
  • Halloumi Adventures
    It’s that delicious point in the year – vernal equinox. The time of year when day is equal to night. Yet there is still snow on the ground. It’s been a harder winter than usual, with more snow here than […]
  • Broad Beans, and what comes after?
    I don’t really like broad beans. OK, I don’t really like the beans themselves, but I always grow the plants – they are so pretty with their purple flowers and quick growing habit. They fix nitrogen into the soil, so […]

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  1. Hi Tammi,

    I’ve come to your blog through your comment on my post about CAT. Anyway, I look forward to reading more of your blog – thanks for following mine!

    All the best,

    Helen x

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