Grow Your Own Secrets
An exciting, interesting resource, where we share ideas, tips, and methods of growing produce for yourself whilst saving money and perhaps making an income from your efforts.
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Grow Your Own Secrets
Explore the secrets of growing your own produce for fun, food, and profit
Welcome. Glad to have you with us!
If you like gardening, you will enjoy 'Grow your Own Secrets'. We share lots of ideas that you have not thought of, plenty of tips to get the best out of your garden or allotment. We show you where to get products and information, and we pass on our stories of both the successes and the failures.
We have grown produce in both the UK and Spain, and it is amazing how different countries grow different produce using different techniques - some of which we have adopted now that we live back in the UK. We share those methods with you - along with crops that you have probably never grown before.
Many of our visitors are experienced growers themselves, and we love to share their tips etc., as we don't know everything. That's the exciting part of growing - new varieties, new methods, old ways revamped.
Join our newsletter, where Peter produces the monthly 'jobs to do' guide, along with some excellent easy to follow how-to videos, explained in simple language.
Let's get growing and have some fun too!
What People Say...
I am a novice gardener, and I am finding lots of great information on this site. I also contacted them once, and they were so helpful. Nothing was too much trouble for them
Robert L Smith
I hadn’t thought of actually turning my passion into income, but I have just read your book about herbs. I can really see the possibilities. Its just a matter of taking the plunge.
Tina Johnson Hampshire
The lockdown forced our family to rethink everything – less trips to the shops, more healthy food, etc. And by growing our own veg and things, we have saved a lot of money, but more importantly have come closer together as a family as we now talk with each other more, and share our successes (and failures!) when we grow our crops. Keep up the good work
As an avid allotment holder for over 20 years, I more or less know all there is to know (and a lot more). But I like the newsletters for growyourown secrets, because it keeps me in the swim and up to date with stuff