Edible Open Gardens is an opportunity for members of the public to visit gardens in and around Stroud where food is grown, meet the gardeners and get inspired to grow their own.
The idea behind the weekends is to encourage as many people as possible to consider growing their own food. Food prices continue to climb and, with the impact of the economy, it has never been a better time to grow your own food.
In each garden the gardeners will be available to share their knowledge and passion for growing.
This is a chance to celebrate some of our wonderfully productive gardens and local food growing projects in the Stroud Valleys.
The Edible Open Gardens team invite you to come and look at private and shared gardens, allotments and orchards and be inspired.
We are very grateful to all the gardeners, without whom these weekends would not be possible.
See the gardens that were open in 2015 here