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Miracle Gro'wers News

It’s less than a fortnight until the start of the Chelsea Flower Show and things are moving fast.

Miracle Gro'wers News

Pictures from schools indicate that your experimental plants are now growing fast, as longer days and warmer sunshine improve spring conditions.

Miracle Gro'wers News

After a nail-biting wait we have finally heard from the RHS Shows Department that we have been granted an island space in the Discovery area.

Miracle Gro'wers News

Fantastic news from the RHS Shows Department, that we have been accepted once again into the Great Pavilion at this year’s Chelsea Flower Show and we have been allocated the size of stand we reque

Miracle Gro'wers News

Well done to all those schools that signed up and supported our Gro-vember initiative.

Miracle Gro'wers News

Good news! School gardening activity is shortly to be under way as seeds and briefing notes have been sent out to all the schools that registered by the end of September.

Miracle Gro'wers News

First of all, apologies to those with the wrong caption or wrong name spellings to their pictures on my recent Chelsea blogs, especially Toby and Cohen from St Peter’s Secondary School in Exeter who, on 23 May blog, were wrongly captioned as pupil

Miracle Gro'wers News

In the afternoon we welcomed students that had travelled great distances to visit the RHS Chelsea Flower Show. From way down west were pupils of Brixham CofE Primary School, Devon.

Miracle Gro'wers News

Saturday dawns with irritating showers, but the exciting prospect of visits from many schools despite the weekend travel. On the early shift are pupils from Great Kingshill Combined School from High Wycombe, Bucks. Ryan and Lucas did a great job handing out leaflets and chatting to the early visitors.

Miracle Gro'wers News

What a day! While we try to make every school visit to the Miracle-Gro’wers stand an amazing experience, nothing matches the excitement and fear of being interviewed on television. 

The Miracle-Gro’wers Learning Journey is part of the Miracle-Gro schools growing initiative.

Each year we work alongside Pre-Schools, Primary Schools, Junior Schools, Special Schools, Senior Schools and Academies to help children to get their hands dirty and enjoy growing, while at the same time, learn the benefits of fruit, vegetables and flowers, and the science behind gardening.

Chelsea 2014 - Floella and Charlton Manor pupils

As part of the Miracle-Gro’wers Learning Journey, schools are encouraged to learn about healthy living, healthy eating and to become good food ambassadors who can gently influence friends and family.

Discover the latest news and updates from the Miracle-Gro'wers Learning Journey schools program below...

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