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Pestalozzi Organic Garden
Pestalozzi Organic Garden
Pestalozzi Organic Garden
Pestalozzi Organic Garden
Pestalozzi Organic Garden
Pestalozzi Organic Garden
Pestalozzi Organic Garden
Pestalozzi Organic Garden
Pestalozzi Organic Garden
Pestalozzi Organic Garden
Pestalozzi Organic Garden
Pestalozzi Organic Garden
Pestalozzi Organic Garden
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Pestalozzi Organic Garden

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This is a presentation about the Organic Garden at Pestalozzi International Village Trust (Sedlescombe, UK). A small description and some of the crops we grow.

This is a presentation about the Organic Garden at Pestalozzi International Village Trust (Sedlescombe, UK). A small description and some of the crops we grow.

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  • 1. THE ORGANIC GARDEN
  • 2. 150 years old Belonged to the manor house Walled for perfect conditions No chemicals or fertilizers are used The entrance
  • 3. Compost Area
  • 4. What we compost?
    • Leaves, weeds
    • Crumpled paper and card
    • Cooked food (be careful with the rats!)
    • Uncooked food (vegetables, fruit…)
  • 5. Water
  • 6. Save water! The dry garden contains drought-resistant plants
  • 7. Smell, Taste, Feel, See and Listen
  • 8. Green House Grapes Tomatoes
  • 9. Apples Our Crops Beetroot Beans Brussel Sprouts
  • 10. Onions Leeks Figs Pumpkins
  • 11. Raspberries Sweet Corn Squash Ruby Chard
  • 12. We don’t work alone
  • 13. Thank you little gardeners!

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