Articles Tagged "Blooming Lambeth 2018"

We grow a large variety of local and tropical vegetables, herbs, fruit & flowers in this hugely productive wildlife-friendly community garden. We also do a lot of seed saving. All the produce is harvested and cooked on site so volunteers can enjoy free nutritious, organic, carbon-zero meals on a weekly basis. The garden also functions…

Hitherfield Primary School on Leigham Vale is an amazing Lambeth primary school. What adds to its amazingness, is its wonderful Edible Playground. It was created in 2014 with support from Trees for Cities, the school, the children and the parents. The growing area is full of espalier apple trees and a beautifully designed arrangement of…

Ruskin Park is a beautiful public park, one of 68 open spaces maintained by Lambeth Council. We are an independent charity led by local people, working to preserve, protect and improve the park. We are currently growing three rare strains of heritage winter wheat (Miller’s Choice, Madeiran Landrace and Purple Naked Spelt), buckwheat and two…

Read the full list of all the amazing gardens, gardeners and food entrepreneurs who won prizes at the Blooming Lambeth Awards. Nearly all these winners can be found on our fantastic map – please do click through and learn more – and go visit some of them too. Get involved if it’s just round the…

We had a wonderful night on 22nd October at the Garden Museum, celebrating all the magnificent gardens, gardeners and food entrepreneurs that are to be found around Lambeth. The Mayor of Lambeth, Christopher Wellbelove, gave the prizes – there were 18 first, and 10 highly commended prizes.

This is our ‘showcase’ evening! A chance to celebrate all the amazing food growing and local food enterprises that are springing up all over Lambeth. This year, we had 99 entries to these awards across ten categories. Do join us to share in local food and drink and here a little more about our year.…

We are very excited to be hosting these awards again this year. This is a call out for nominations – you can nominate someone else’s garden or your own growing space. There are ten categories, designed to showcase all the amazing work that has been going on this year to green up our borough, bring people…

Five floor beds and four-and-a-half planters growing aubergines, basil, beans, broccoli, cabbages, carrots, courgettes, cucumbers, fennel, garlic, kale, leeks, lettuce, onions, parsley, parsnips, peas, peppers, potatoes, pumpkins, rocket, spinach, squash, tomatoes. Winner in Blooming Lambeth Awards 2018 for Against the Odds