Corner, Charlotte
September 2010
Interpretation Journal;Autumn2010, Vol. 15 Issue 2, p23
The article focuses on the promotion of organic gardening by charity Garden Organic at Ryton Gardens in Warwickshire, England. It cites that themed gardens and practical demonstrations aided the success of presenting an organic method of gardening to visitors. Colette Bond, head of education at Garden Organic, states that the presentation of gardens can be used as an educational basis, where demonstrational areas are offered for project volunteers, trained teachers, and apprentices.


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