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Welcome to Gardening In

We are the GIA CIC our web pages are all about increasing your joy of plants and gardening. As well as our own content we have provided links to further information on all things plant, houseplant, and gardening; just click on a video or link to find out more. We will be regularly adding new content for plant lovers of all levels of experience.

Gardening Interest & Enjoyment

Gardening Inspiration

Gardening Increasing Skills & Knowledge

Gardening In The Community

Gardening In Your Garden

Gardening Indoors

Gardening In Sync With Nature

Gardening Interactions to improve health & communities


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Share the Joy of plants

Gardening In The Community

From a simple pot plant or window box to a large community garden or plant nursery; we are helping people positively impact their lives through plants.


Interested in starting or improving a community garden? We can help with a free consultation!

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Our Experts

We can supply expert horticultural advice and consulting services to organisations and individuals*

Although some consultants will help in the establishment of some projects, we do not provide gardening services.

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*fees apply (some funding available).

FREE social membership!

A new email newsletter is in development called Gardening In, you can subscribe by entering your details below activating your FREE social membership! Gardening In will be packed full of information, inspiration, and advice for plant lovers of all experience levels and interests. As a social member, you will gain access to some of the events and benefits we provide.

We will never share your details with a third party.

Out & About

Free Gardening Workshops

We hold free gardening workshops in Seaford, Newhaven, Peacehaven, and Lewes.

Our next workshops are informal coaching sessions in Seaford, come along to our gardening workshops at The Peverells Community Garden, Seaford every Friday 10:00am to 12:00pm.

This Months Gardening To-Dos

Plant daffodil bulbs

Plant crocus bulbs

Plant Allium bulbs

Divide and plant lily bulbs

Plant autumn & winter interest containers

Plant trees and shrubs

When the weather changes switch to winter watering

Plant primroses

Gardening In-doors

Propagating

We are currently shooting lots of propagation videos for house plants...

Watch this space!

Rescuing

How to rescue succulents from near death!

News

Our Gardening In Seaford Group exceeds 600 members!

A group for like-minded people who love plants and gardening.

Open to all who live or have a connection to the town of Seaford in East Sussex.

Strongly supported by our Garden Ambassadors sharing and encouraging the sharing of YOUR:

🌺plants and gardens

🥀ask members for advice and plant identification

👩‍🌾members seed/plant/sundries swap/buy

💻virtual garden and show tours and plant focus

🏡promoting open gardens, flower & garden shows/events

✂how-to guides

📅garden jobs for the week

📸interviews, blogs/vlogs/articles/videos/photos

‟Q″quotes and inspiration

💌members offers

If you live in Seaford, East Sussex REQUEST TO JOIN

Have you subscribed to the Original Gardening Channel on Youtube?

Hi, I am Dan Ori and Original Gardening is my YouTube Channel. I have been gardening and growing plants professionally for over 27 years! I would love to share with you my growing knowledge, gardening successes, and floral failures... yes even a "highly qualified experienced horticultural expert" still has dead plants and poor harvests!!! I will take you on garden tours and will be joined by guests from time to time (if you would like to be in a video, just reach out to me). I hope you find these videos a source of blooming marvelous information, inspiration, and advice. I am founder and chairman of the Gardening In Action (GIA), https://www.youtube.com/c/OriginalGardening

Featured Suppliers

You Garden

One of the UK’s leading online gardening specialists, bringing great quality, advice and prices to your door.

At You Garden, they firmly believe that Gardening is for Everyone! That's right; you do not even need a garden to get growing. Many of our plants can be grown on balconies, small patios and decking, so you can catch the growing bug, and even grow your own freshest fruit and vegetables too. They speak in plain English. Sometimes gardening can be a confusing maze of Latin names and strange words and can be confusing or off-putting - They simplify all and remove all the jargon, and give you down to earth advice on what to grow - and how! They will show you how to get success from their products through videos and care instructions. They have only chosen plants that are easy to grow and will give successful results with a minimum of experience. From the thousands of plants available, they have picked those that really work and perform. They have done the sifting and choosing for you, to bring you the best.


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Natural Grower

A UK based family company that manufactures a natural, 100% plant-based fertiliser that is approved by the Soil Association, Organic Farmers & Growers and the Vegan Society.

The nutrient rich fertiliser is free from any chemicals and animal matter. It is the by-product of a renewable energy plant that is fed with maize and produces electricity for the national grid. A sustainable, no-waste process.

The fertiliser is available as a concentrated liquid to pour round the base of plants and as a plant feed and soil conditioner to mix in to soil or compost before planting. The plant feed and soil conditioner helps to improve soil health and structure and also helps to retain moisture, reducing the requirement to water so much over the summer months. The liquid is available in 2 litre and 10 litres sizes and the plant feed in a 1 litre pouch, 16 litre tub and 50 litre bags. The fertiliser is suitable for all plants, fruits and vegetables, grass and trees. It is also suitable for indoor plants.

NPK values of the products are:

  • Natural Liquid Fertiliser - 3.6:1.5:3.7

  • Natural Plant Feed and Soil Conditioner - 4.1:2.2:3

Click on the link to find out more https://tidd.ly/3xeQE8V

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