Wor Garden

How it all started - In 2019, we started off with planting our spring tulips and flowers, and then the comments started coming in, from friends which we sent videos to.  

We started recording some videos and we've recorded what the garden looked like in the Spring and Summer, and Winter (which are all uploaded to Youtube and are in our Video Gallery).  Now we are starting to catalog the journey of making a wonderful garden over the next few years and wish you could interact and join us through this website and become a member or subscribe to our YouTube channel, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook pages.

Our intention is to teach our grandson, who is 7,  the importance of being outdoors, let him grow his vegetables and flowers in the Learning Greenhouse, and get him involved in helping with the flowers and fruit trees (P.S. he ate loads of plums fresh from the tree and so did i), thus helping him to appreciate the wonder of a garden and to grow his own produce and be healthier for it also.


Our grandson spoke to his mother and wanted to become a YouTuber, so we have the platform to help him achieve his wish (with his parental consent) and therefore we've created a NEW Feature called "The Weekly Garden Report" with our Resident Reporter Riley.  He will help with the content of the episodes, give demonstrations, hints, and tips as we improve Wor Garden with the help of his report, "The Weekly Garden Report". See his episodes on our YouTube Channel.


My hope is that others will get involved with gardening with their children/grandchildren too.

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"The weekly Garden Report" Coming to you This Sunday at 4 pm on both and YouTube

The first episode of our new feature "The Weekly Garden Report" will be "LIVE" tomorrow @ 4 pm on our YouTube Channel (see the link below)

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Please support my grandson in his new role as our Resident Reporter in "The Weekly Garden Report"

The Weekly Garden Report - Series 1 (12 Episodes) - Episode List planned (but could change)

Episode 1 - Planting Seeds.

Episode 2 - Cutting back a Lilac Bush.

Episode 3 - Planting Shrubs.

Episode 4 - Feeding the Wor Garden Wildlife.

Episode 5 - Planting Rhododendrons.

Episode 6 - Weed Police Patrol.

Episode 7 - Cutting the Grass.

Episode 8 - Planting Climbing Beans.

Episode 9 - Trimming the Hedges.

Episode 10 - Replanting our Seedlings.

Episode 11 - Fruit Trees.

Episode 12 - Wor Garden Update and Review of the Series.

Future Episodes depending on UK COVID Restrictions.


Please come and join us, be a member, and any help and support would be gratefully received.

We've been trying products to assist us to edit images and videos for this site.  We have chosen LUMINAR Ai for editing Photos as it's a one-time payment and not a monthly subscription.  

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We use Apple Motion and Apple Final Cut Pro X for editing our videos

Healthy Eating

Through our Learning Greenhouse (When Built) we'll encourage the care about the interests of our children. We emphasise the importance of environmental awareness in a fun and memorable way to teach our children how to grow vegetables and make jams. Maybe the adults will enjoy some Plum Rum and Plum Gin recipes (trialling in small jars this year) and hopefully gain some hints and tips too.  Oh and not forgetting us also as it's also a learning curve for us as well

On-Demand Learning - Future plan

We believe in building a community of well-informed and healthy children through our give-it-a-grow program (coming soon). We have lots of mini growing projects planned for this year including Veg and something different to grow as fun. Reach out today for more information.

Fruitful Farming

With our Learning Greenhouse and Fruit Trees, every single child has a say. "Together, we decide what to grow, what to pick, and what to put in our tummies", thus this makes learning more satisfying and exciting. Get in touch to find out more.

Wild Animals in Word Garden

Do you have Wild Animals in your garden?  Why not join our membership and upload your image to your own blog on our site.  We currently have Grey Squirrels, Lots of birds including Robin's, and a surprise visit from 2 Green ring-necked Parakeets on 20/1/2021.  See our blog for updates

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