Home grown fruit 'n' veg is cheap, tasty and healthy, that's why through free workshops, seeds and information packs we are encourage hundreds of people in Berkshire to get into gardening.
The project is based at the Ragstone Road Allotments in Chalvey, Slough. BBC Radio Berkshire is joining forces with The Seeds Trust, Slough and Eton School and Slough Borough Council to offer a range of programmes, workshops and events to help you grow your own.
We have been given 2 plots on the allotment and have divided them into 26 small rows which have been given to diverse range of community groups, charities, schools and organisations in the area.
10 ways to get involved:
1. Join the BBC Berkshire team on Saturday 17 June at 11.30 for Colin Evans' free flower growing workshop.
2. If you don't have enough room in your garden why not take a small manageable row on The Plot.
3. Join us on Thursdays from 3pm till 6pm for a free workshops on growing your own vegetables.
4. If you don't live near enough to the plot why not sign up for free information pack on Growing your own vegetables?
5. If you want to know more about Flowers sign up for a free information pack by BBC Berkshire's gardener Colin Evans.
6. Sign up to receive special recipes to cook tasty dishes using vegetables that are in season.
7. Be part of our radio drama by attending a workshop with a professional writer.
8. Tell us your story – everyone has an amazing story to tell so why not make a Video Nation short film about gardening.
9. Share your gardening tips for growing vegetables by emailing The Plot team on firstname.lastname@example.org
10. Listen to BBC Radio Berkshire's special gardening programmes from the plot's broadcast shed.
For more information call BBC Radio Berkshire's CSV Action Desk on 0845 900 1044.