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Back To The Garden With Sudocrem

Back To The Garden With Sudocrem

With the nation still in lockdown, and children still at home instead of returning to school after the Easter break.  It is nice to give them something more to get excited over.  Which is why I have tem up with Sudocrem and their latest Back To The Garden campaign.

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About Back To The Garden

Whether you have a garden, balcony, allotment or windowsill, gardening is something that everyone can enjoy.  Children especially love planting seeds and watching them grow.  As it is spring time this is the perfect time for planting seeds.

With schools being closed fo an indefinite period, this does not mean an end to education. As millions of parents all over the UK look for new ways to keep children busy, British skincare brand, Sudocrem, launches their new Back to the Garden campaign. An initiative to get families back into planting and growing, wherever they are.

Encouraging our children

encouraging our kids

Encouraging your children to plant seeds and take an interest in growing can give them a longterm project to focus on, away from the computer. And the good news is, you don’t need a garden to get involved: creating a window box full of edible herbs can be just as inspiring as digging a vegetable patch.

“It’s been good to see a return to activities like gardening during this unusual period,” says ecologist, author and nature educator, Michael Holland. “We often forget how good for our wellbeing gardening can be: it’s relaxing, it’s soothing and the garden is a fantastic place for families to enjoy together – it makes us feel good to nurture seedlings as they grow to become vegetables or flowers.”

A Helping Hand

Teaming up with gardeners and garden centres all over the nation. Sudocrem’s Back to the Garden campaign will encourage children and their parents to begin their own gardening projects at home or in the garden. The initiative will include tips and advice on potting plants. Plus spotting a weed and keeping your plants healthy from gardeners all over the UK. Sudocrem will also be donating one hundred growing kits to families all over the UK to kick-start their growing projects.

Right now, there arearound 5 million children under the age of 10who need activities to get them through the next few months,” says Alice Bamford, Sudocrem brand manager. “At Sudocrem, we want to give families a hand as best we can.”

Soothing Those Hands

soothing hands

Gardening can be harsh on delicate skin, as every gardener knows. From contact with cold water when watering the plants, digging in the mud for weeds. Planting new seeds and planters, using tools – it’s a hands-on activity. Even standing outside in the sun can cause damage and dryness to the face and neck. Then there’s getting pricked by rose thorns, stung by nettles and insects, scraped knees….

Gardener’s new best friend comes in the pocket-sized form of My Little Sudocrem, the Swiss army-knife of soothing skincare products. Loved by everyone from babies to teenagers, runners to cyclists, mountaineers to gardeners and anyone in between.

The Giveaway

giveaway

Hopeful gardeners can enter a competition to win one of 3 gardening goody bags HERE. Prizes include an inside and an outside gardening kit. Please see below for details of full prize contents.

And for an extra chance to win £100 of garden centre vouchers, upload a photo of your garden and tag @Sudocrem, #BackToTheGarden & #SudocremBTTGcomp on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to enter. Terms and Conditions apply. See below on how to enter

Sudocrem Back To The Garden

Back To The Garden With Sudocrem

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Comments (216)

  • Sarah R 1 month ago Reply

    Luckily my niece and nephew were born into green fingers! They love to help their favourite aunt, and their nanny to plant different fruit and vegetables and luckily they love eating it too. It’s a nightmare to get them to wear gloves though, they love to touch everything!

  • christine goody 1 month ago Reply

    Mustard and Cress in cotton wool

  • Peter Watson 1 month ago Reply

    Tomatoes

    Catherine Whetton 1 month ago Reply

    Rhubarb

  • Jenny Kearney 1 month ago Reply

    Fab giveaway, we couldn’t live without our garden

    Charlotte Burle 2 weeks ago Reply

    I loved growing things. Potatoes used to be my fav. It never failed to amaze me that you could just dig them out of the ground!

  • Iain maciver 1 month ago Reply

    potatoes

  • Tracy Nixon 1 month ago Reply

    Sunflowers, sewwt peas and salad vegetables x

  • Solange 1 month ago Reply

    Peas and tomatoes.

    Laura Norcop 2 weeks ago Reply

    Cress! Lol. In an egg shell with cotton wool. Was also known for the odd sunflower or two 🙂

  • ValB 1 month ago Reply

    Used to grow mustard and cress and always helped my grandfather growing tomato plants in his greenhouse

  • Rich Tyler 1 month ago Reply

    Carrots!

  • Lindsey Stuart 1 month ago Reply

    I used to grow Sunflowers every Summer and still do 🙂 I used to also grow garden peas with my granda.

  • Rachel Mccraith 1 month ago Reply

    I remember growing sunflowers with my nan in her garden every year as a kid.

  • Catherine Newton 1 month ago Reply

    Lovely way to pass the time in the garden with the kids!

  • debbie gilbert 1 month ago Reply

    Sweet peas and the scent take me straight back to childhood

    Lucy carter 2 weeks ago Reply

    We used to grow sunflowers but I’d like to grow some veg with my children

    Sammie Martin 2 weeks ago Reply

    It was always sunflowers when I was a child

  • PAULINE HILL 1 month ago Reply

    i used to grow peas

  • Mariel Pereira 1 month ago Reply

    This would be very welcome during current lockdown!

    Kerstin B 4 weeks ago Reply

    Radishes and strawberries

  • Helen Markham 1 month ago Reply

    We’d love it, yes please

  • Katy Wright 1 month ago Reply

    I used to grow sunflowers. Easy to grow and they were always taller than me when I was a wee one which looked great in photos

  • Jo Dawkins 1 month ago Reply

    Sunflowers and cress

  • Anna Stimson 1 month ago Reply

    I always grew sunflowers and sweet peas as a child!

  • Louise J 1 month ago Reply

    sunflowers 🙂

    Jean Anderson 2 weeks ago Reply

    Peas. Great fun. I still garden today on my allotment.

  • Michael Annetts 1 month ago Reply

    I think gardening is a great way for me to teach my little girl all about patience and gently caring for something over time

    Stef Acaster 2 weeks ago Reply

    I grew cress in eggshells with drawn on faces on the window sill

  • Susan B 1 month ago Reply

    We started off with radishes as they are quick to mature then carrots and tomatoes.

  • Ers 1 month ago Reply

    Gardens are nice

  • Kim Murray 1 month ago Reply

    Can remember growing cress on damp paper towels at school x

  • Gurpreet 1 month ago Reply

    Tomatoes and Potatoes

  • Magsd 1 month ago Reply

    My grandad had an allotment and as a child we spent hours together I helped grow potatoes tomatoes kidney beans salad leaves as well

  • Mary D 1 month ago Reply

    Runner Beans in blotting paper on the school window ledge and then mustard and cress on a paper hankie in a saucer at home.

  • Suan Watts 1 month ago Reply

    Rhubarb

  • Mark R 1 month ago Reply

    Have grown tomatoes as far back as I can remember

  • Susan Smith 1 month ago Reply

    I remember starting off with cress and then going on to bigger and better like tomatoes and spring onions

  • fiona waterworth 1 month ago Reply

    I used to grow all sorts of vegetables, we had a massive vegetable plot and grew all our own vegetables

  • Angie McDonald 1 month ago Reply

    My mum taught me to grow cress first and then basic flower seeds and I even had a strawberry plant

  • Kelly Wheelhouse 1 month ago Reply

    I didn’t grow very much as a child as my parents weren’t very green fingered! My brother and I did plant a conker tree as kids though, and it’s still thriving to this day

    Stephanie Keill 2 weeks ago Reply

    Runner beans where my favourite thing to grow as a child. They are delicious when fresh.

  • Jackie Howell 1 month ago Reply

    cress and cherry tomatoes

  • Kate T 1 month ago Reply

    Rhubarb

  • Joanne Hutchings 1 month ago Reply

    Not much! I think I may have attempted cress and a sunflower.

    Val Pownall 2 weeks ago Reply

    My dad grew all our veg, and had a little orchard at the bottom of our garden, and chickens, so I just learnt from a very early age. He was also a huge rose expert too.

  • Sally Collingwood 1 month ago Reply

    We grew lettuces, 100 of them!

  • Michelle Smith 1 month ago Reply

    I loved growing daffodils as a child

  • Marylyn Hammersley 1 month ago Reply

    It’s a long time ago! Mum used to love her garden so she would buy me packets of seeds to try and grow. It was fun, but not always productive!

    Sandra Fortune 2 weeks ago Reply

    Mustard and Cress seeds sunflowers and peas

  • Mel Pennie 1 month ago Reply

    My grandad had an allotment and I had my own little patch where he helped me to grow peas and cauliflowers. My happiest memories of him are at this allotment.

  • Karen Stirling 1 month ago Reply

    I used to grow cress in eggshells.

  • Sheena Batey 1 month ago Reply

    Cress seeds on cotton wool in an eggshell

  • Fiona jk42 1 month ago Reply

    I had a little plot where I grew marigolds.

  • rachel eades 1 month ago Reply

    Not alot.. I can remember having my own pot of pansies at my nans house. I have started planting little bits at home with my daughter now. Strawberries, radishes and spring onions at the moment. Hoping to get better at gardening and increase the amount we grow.

  • tracy james 1 month ago Reply

    we grew tomatoes as kids..it was great fun to watch them grow

  • Caroline Blaza 1 month ago Reply

    I used to grow carrots and potatoes when I was a child

  • GooderDan 1 month ago Reply

    I used to love growing marigolds with my dad as a kid

  • Laura Johnson 1 month ago Reply

    Cress & Sunflowers

  • J Matcham 1 month ago Reply

    I was brought up in the USA we travels and moved a lot so often was in a home long enough to grow anything but I can remember one home in Texas it was hot with little rain we grew Hibiscus, geranium and a plant called rock angles drought loving plants . When we came to visited my grandad in the UK he planted forget me not seeds with me and they are now my favourite flower.

  • Mark Johnson 1 month ago Reply

    sunflowers

  • Daniel 1 month ago Reply

    I remember growing mint and rhubarb in my grandfathers garden!

  • Kristie Metcalfe 1 month ago Reply

    I grew sunflowers with my Granddad every summer, they were beautiful.

  • Priscilla Stubbs 1 month ago Reply

    I used to grow the mustard and cress on blotting paper and then progressed to growing sunflowers

  • Leanne Redpath 1 month ago Reply

    I used to grow carrots when i was a child with my dads help

  • Martina Pichova 1 month ago Reply

    I used to help my mum in her garden, so I was growing everything . My favourite were freshly picked tomatoes – so juicy and full of flavour (not like the ones in the shops).

  • Emilia Nastaly-Howard 1 month ago Reply

    Herbs

  • Nicola Dean 1 month ago Reply

    As I child I would take the seeds out of any vegetable or fruit we had and plant them. I was very successful at it. My best achievement was a pepper plant I grew.

  • Jenny McClinton 1 month ago Reply

    We used to try and grow sunflowers, they were never very successful though. My daughter loves to grow seeds, so this prize would be perfect for her.

    Michelle Henderson 2 weeks ago Reply

    Carrots

  • Lucinda P 1 month ago Reply

    I remember growing herbs in little pots and picking them to add to our cooking.

  • bex Allum 1 month ago Reply

    We used to love growing strawberries.

  • Nicola Sadler 1 month ago Reply

    Tomatoes. My grandad had allotment and would let me help me.

  • Elizabeth Bazley 1 month ago Reply

    Fab give away

  • Justine Barnes 1 month ago Reply

    Cress growing out of eggshells & our schools annual hyacinth growing competition!

  • Amy Bondoc 1 month ago Reply

    sunnflowers!

  • Tracy Newton 1 month ago Reply

    We used to grow strawberries

  • Sue McCarthy 1 month ago Reply

    I really don’t remember growing anything, which is strange as we had a big garden and greenhouse.

  • F Chowdhury 1 month ago Reply

    Runner beans

  • Chris Andrews 1 month ago Reply

    What did you used to grow as a child?

    simple things ie just cress and mustard seed

    Sam Cornford 2 weeks ago Reply

    Sunflowers is the only thing I remember growing. My grandad grew a lot of veg and I remember stealing peas in the pod and trying not to get caught

  • Andrea Fletcher 1 month ago Reply

    My nan always grew rhubarb when I was a child.

    2019agman 2 weeks ago Reply

    Waiting for an allotment, so this would be great.

  • Sarah Fielding 1 month ago Reply

    Sunflowers! I am actually growing one now during lockdown 🙂

  • Patrick Quilty 1 month ago Reply

    sunflowers

  • Elizm 1 month ago Reply

    cress in eggshells!

  • Heather Hibbert 1 month ago Reply

    Sunflowers, and I love to grow them even more now in my own garden

  • Lisa Wilkinson 1 month ago Reply

    Lots of different bedding plants

  • Julie Ward 1 month ago Reply

    The only thing I tried to grow was a sun flower

  • Angela Treadway 1 month ago Reply

    tomatoes x

  • Ruth Harwood 1 month ago Reply

    we used to grow cress on the windowsill!!

  • Jo m welsh 1 month ago Reply

    We used to grow runner beans and potato’s

  • Ben Audsley 1 month ago Reply

    lots of tomatoes!

  • Jayne Townson 1 month ago Reply

    I used to grow sunflowers as a child, thanks for the chance to win.

  • claire woods 1 month ago Reply

    tomatoes and cress

  • Christine Clarke 1 month ago Reply

    I always grew Sunflowers

  • Katie B 1 month ago Reply

    We grew sunflowers every summer.
    Me and my sister would have competitions to grow the tallest. One year my dad fed mine plant food in secret so mine grew huge!

  • Rebecca Sutton 1 month ago Reply

    Every year me and my sisters would have a sunflower contest

  • Corinne Peat 1 month ago Reply

    Sunflowers and strawberries!

  • Mandy Doherty 1 month ago Reply

    I remember growing parsley and marrows with my dad as a child

  • Emma Walters 1 month ago Reply

    i remember trying to grow potatoes

  • Katie Witherington 1 month ago Reply

    Sunflowers although my grandad let me help with strawberries

  • lynn neal 1 month ago Reply

    Lovely tall sunflowers to see who could get the tallest one!

  • ellie spider 1 month ago Reply

    I used to help my nan in her garden as a child – she grew all her own fruit and veggies – I loved picking the runner beans we had grown and also the chrysanthemums (you can save the flowers and then use them for seeds for the following year)

  • Natalie Burgess 1 month ago Reply

    Sunflowers and carrots xx

  • Jade Hewlett 1 month ago Reply

    I grew sunflowers, I always wanted mine to be the tallest flower

  • Keith Hunt 1 month ago Reply

    Tomatoes in old pop bottles

  • Charlotte isobelle 1 month ago Reply

    I loved growing sunflowers!

  • Sharon Saunders 1 month ago Reply

    I grew vegetables with my parents on their allotment – I’m not quite sure I was very helpful but I definitely liked watering!

  • Jayne Townson 1 month ago Reply

    I used to grow sunflowers, thanks for the chance to win.

  • Maria P 1 month ago Reply

    I loved to grow peas – and definitely not carrots

  • kelly odonnell 1 month ago Reply

    Strawberries and tomatoes

  • Ursula Hunt 1 month ago Reply

    i used to grow peas and potaotes

  • Emily Hutchinson 1 month ago Reply

    Flowers of all types

  • Claire Nutman 1 month ago Reply

    We used to grow cress when we were very little at school !

  • Leonard Wells 1 month ago Reply

    Marrows

  • Sayeed Rahman 1 month ago Reply

    Cress, coriander and potatoes but unfortunately this success did not translate in to adulthood

  • Rachel Cameron 1 month ago Reply

    I remember growing strawberries in my little patch at home! My little boy loves to ‘help’ in the garden and likes keeping an eye on the new plants!

  • Rebecca King 4 weeks ago Reply

    I used to love growing cress in cotton wool in an egg shell

  • Melissa D 4 weeks ago Reply

    I can always grow radish and potato

  • Alison Johnson 4 weeks ago Reply

    I lived in a pub when I was a child which didn’t have a garden so didn’t grow anything, but now I grow both flowers & vegetables usually from seed.

  • Kim Carberry 4 weeks ago Reply

    Tomatoes. I used to help my grandad grow his in his greenhouse x

  • Christina Palmer 4 weeks ago Reply

    As a child the first thing I grew was cress the I moved on to radishes

  • beckm 4 weeks ago Reply

    Potatos

  • Yeah Lifestyle 4 weeks ago Reply

    I have always used Sudocrem for my little ones as they were growing up and we always have a tub now in case for minor burns. Back to the Garden sounds like a wonderful project

  • Jodie Hailstone 4 weeks ago Reply

    I used to grow runner beans with my nan all the time

  • Lucinda Fortune 4 weeks ago Reply

    Cress and rhubarb!

  • Lea Mavin 4 weeks ago Reply

    Gooseberries and Strawberries. It was always a challenge to pick the strawberries before the dog ate them.

  • Rachel Butterworth 4 weeks ago Reply

    Tomatoes, sunflowers and cress heads.

  • Dean Sawyer 4 weeks ago Reply

    I remember growing rhubarb as a child!

  • KB 4 weeks ago Reply

    Tomatoes and courgettes

  • S Straw 4 weeks ago Reply

    My dad taught me how to grow tomatoes

  • Margaret Clarkson 4 weeks ago Reply

    Cress and carrot tops

  • Maureen M 4 weeks ago Reply

    marigolds

  • Helen W 3 weeks ago Reply

    Tomatoes & Marrows

  • lyn west 3 weeks ago Reply

    We grew runner beans every year. Used to love picking them with my dad

  • Sian Buckingham 3 weeks ago Reply

    I used to love growing cress on the windowsill!

    admin 3 weeks ago Reply

    I would love to go back and do that sounds amazing x

  • Tunde Toth 3 weeks ago Reply

    Cherry tomatoes, sunflowers for the garden birds and zinnias to surprise grandma with.

  • Joanne Greer 3 weeks ago Reply

    I used to grow sweet peas, tomatoes and potatoes with my mum and dad.

  • Clare B 3 weeks ago Reply

    First thing I remember growing was cress in cotton wool

  • Anneka Avery 3 weeks ago Reply

    My mum is an avid gardener so we always had a vegetable garden, potatoes, carrots, rhubarb, gooseberries, beans, peas it was always wonderful to help her in the garden as a child.

  • maria 3 weeks ago Reply

    We only had a balcony but had a tomato plant and chilli plant,

    now I have my own garden and have been getting into growing more stuff

  • Susan Willshee 3 weeks ago Reply

    I used to grow peas with my grandma, she would sit and eat them raw but I really can’t stand peas even now!

  • Gemma Clark 3 weeks ago Reply

    I used to love growing strawberries with my dad

  • Becca M 3 weeks ago Reply

    Corn on the cob. Was never edible but kept on trying!

  • claire griffiths 3 weeks ago Reply

    ruhbarb peas cress tomatoes and potatoes

  • Min 3 weeks ago Reply

    Pansies and sunflowers!

  • Lisa 3 weeks ago Reply

    I used to grow Cress as my mum used to love it in her sandwiches.I never did like it though.We also used to grow strawberries and rhubarb and mum made the most amazing crumbles with them.

  • Pam Smith 3 weeks ago Reply

    I used to grow tomatoes and loganberries

  • kim neville 2 weeks ago Reply

    Sunflowers, tomatoes and lettuce

  • James Travis 2 weeks ago Reply

    Marrows

  • donna jones 2 weeks ago Reply

    tomatoes

  • Helen Southam 2 weeks ago Reply

    i used to love growing radish

  • Christine Taylor 2 weeks ago Reply

    WE grew Cress a lot when I was little cus it was easy x

  • SHIRLEY EVANS 2 weeks ago Reply

    I used to grow sunflowers and radishes in y parents garden

  • Laura Green 2 weeks ago Reply

    i always remember growing carrots! My sister grew a buddleia bush and its still there now!

  • Gill Williams 2 weeks ago Reply

    As a child I remember growing beetroot and carrots. I had my own garden patch but there was never much room as I filled it with graves for my pets and all the birds and insects that had passed on!

  • Natalie Crossan 2 weeks ago Reply

    Tomatoes 🙂

  • Sarah Austin 2 weeks ago Reply

    Sunflowers

  • natalie s 2 weeks ago Reply

    i remember growing cress at school!

  • Ana Nowell 2 weeks ago Reply

    Sunflowers

    catherine Bullas 2 weeks ago Reply

    Cress and rhubarb

  • Emma England 2 weeks ago Reply

    We always grew sunflowers as a child. I loved watering them and measuring how much they’d grown!

    Victoria Easton 2 weeks ago Reply

    I had a little allotment of my own for onions potatoes cabbage etc, I planted a bramble that is still there over 30 years later! My parents still enjoy the blackberries!

  • Colin Gault 2 weeks ago Reply

    Strawberries

  • Anthea Holloway 2 weeks ago Reply

    I remember growing mustard and cress indoors!

  • Sheri Darby 2 weeks ago Reply

    I used to grow radishes and cornflowers

  • A.E. ADKINS 2 weeks ago Reply

    I used to grow radishes and salad leaves, I was excellent at harvesting raspberries, strawberries and rhubarb tho’

  • Gill Mitchell 2 weeks ago Reply

    I remember growing sunflowers 😀 I haven’t tried them with my kids yet though.

  • Claire W 2 weeks ago Reply

    I remember growing cress and grass seeds heads.

  • Patricia Barrett 2 weeks ago Reply

    Potatoes, Tomatoes, Green Beans

  • Cathryn Crawshaw 2 weeks ago Reply

    strawberries and peas

  • Claire Appleton 2 weeks ago Reply

    I remember growing a Sunflower in my grandmas garden & it really over towered my brothers, I was so proud of that haha 🙂

  • jamie piper 2 weeks ago Reply

    passing the time in the garden with the kids!

  • tricia cowell 2 weeks ago Reply

    I remember growing tomatoes

  • Christine Taylor 2 weeks ago Reply

    We grew carrots and potatoes when I was growing up, my Dad was very good at gardening x

  • Ruth lee 2 weeks ago Reply

    strawberries

  • Victoria Easton 2 weeks ago Reply

    I had a little allotment of my own for onions potatoes cabbage etc, I planted a bramble that is still there over 30 years later! My parents still enjoy the blackberries!

  • Carly Belsey 2 weeks ago Reply

    My grandad used to grow tomato plants and I used to help him look after them in his little greenhouse.

  • Joanne Hall 2 weeks ago Reply

    I use to grow cress

  • Amanda Baggott 2 weeks ago Reply

    I used to grow sunflowers and cress 🙂

  • Allan Fullarton 2 weeks ago Reply

    Lots of tomato’s – yummy!

  • Jenny Jones 2 weeks ago Reply

    we used to grow tomatoes in our front porch as it used to get the sun on it perfectly

  • claire Little 2 weeks ago Reply

    cress

  • terri dudey 2 weeks ago Reply

    Me and my grandad always grew strawberries ad sunflowers and till this day he always plants 3 sunflowers for my children to grow xx

  • Chirag Patel 2 weeks ago Reply

    strawberries and watercress

  • Naomi Buchan 2 weeks ago Reply

    I didnt! Complete inner city childhood x

  • Ian Yates 2 weeks ago Reply

    I didn’t get much beyond mustard and cress I’m afraid. Anyway, I have a second childhood to fill…..

  • Theresa Thomas 2 weeks ago Reply

    My family used to grow loads of veg as a child. I can remember growing carrots, and remember how they tasted so much nicer than shop bought ones

  • Danielle Pooley 2 weeks ago Reply

    I used to grew sunflowers, they have always been my favourite flower

  • Donna W 2 weeks ago Reply

    I used to spend hours with my dad at the allotment growing every fruit and vegetable you could think of that would grow here.

  • Elaine Stokes 2 weeks ago Reply

    carrots, sunflowers, sweet peas, sweetcorn…….. anything that there was seeds for

  • Karen Barrett 2 weeks ago Reply

    Cress in eggshells and beans in a jam jar

  • Adrian Bold 2 weeks ago Reply

    We used to have a vegetable plot so grew all sorts (potatoes, carrots, tomatoes etc)

  • Leslie Evans 2 weeks ago Reply

    Potato’s

  • Lorraine 2 weeks ago Reply

    I used to help my mum grow her veg and fruit. I remember endless days spent shelling peas and topping and tailing gooseberries

  • Sheena Read 2 weeks ago Reply

    First plants were geraniums grown on my bedroom widowsill

  • Corinne Fisher 2 weeks ago Reply

    My parents had an allotment so we used to grow pretty much all our own fruit and veg. Now I’ve refenced my garden, I’m going to start a veg patch and herb garden of my own.

  • Emma 2 weeks ago Reply

    Cress, wildflowers, tomatoes

  • Tracy B 2 weeks ago Reply

    Lettuces, was very proud of my lettuces

  • Cath Joyce 2 weeks ago Reply

    Carrots, strawberries and rhubarb

  • sharon martin 2 weeks ago Reply

    sunflowers

  • Orange23 2 weeks ago Reply

    Sunflowers and cress

  • laura stewart 2 weeks ago Reply

    strawberrys xx

  • Claire Nelson 2 weeks ago Reply

    Tomatoes

  • toni pearson 2 weeks ago Reply

    sunflowers and strawberries

  • Rachel B 2 weeks ago Reply

    I used to grow sunflowers, rhubarb and mint as a child

  • Zoe Trelfa-Porter 2 weeks ago Reply

    Sunflowers and strawberries

  • Dell 2 weeks ago Reply

    I grew lettuce and carrots & rhubarb with my grandparents, loved picking off a Rhubarb getting a bowl of sugar and dipping it in and eating it, can hear my nan now saying you will get tummy ache eating like that.

  • Nuala 2 weeks ago Reply

    I loved the Strawberries my dad used to grow when I grew up

  • Laura Whittle 2 weeks ago Reply

    I used to grow sunflowers and herbs x

  • Tracey Hallmark 2 weeks ago Reply

    I used to love growing peas with my Grandad but they never made it to the dinner table because we used to eat them straight from the pods as soon as they were ripe

  • Amy Jo 2 weeks ago Reply

    Sunflowers! I want to grow some again this year.

  • Amanda tanner 2 weeks ago Reply

    Sunflowers and cress probably the 2 easiest things to grow, I’m actually growing some sunflowers now

  • Darren Bourne 2 weeks ago Reply

    A few things including Gooseberries, rhubarb and runnerbeans with my Dad.

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