Hello and welcome back to Diaries of a Lady Gardener, the podcast about all things planty!

From flowers and fruits to succulents and sowing micro greens, we cover a whole host of topics with some of your favourite people across the gardening world. This ones for those who prefer plants to people and think of their seedlings as their children.

This episode is sponsored by Mole Valley Farmers, who are celebrating the great outdoors this spring! Visit them in stores across the UK or at moleonline.com between the 1st of March and 31st of May to make the most of their fabulous offers. You’ll find discounts on items like sheds, garden furniture and all those gardening essentials, so head over to check out their full product range and get your garden summer ready!

For this weeks episode, I chatted Katrina from Homegrown.garden and just had the loveliest evening. We talked about her incredible allotment site, which is the oldest in Europe, shed renovations, red ants, what we’re excited about this year and so much more. Enjoy!

It’s always so lovely to get the chance to talk to people whose journeys I’ve been following for such a long time. Katrina has inspired me to grow so many exciting things over the years and I’m so looking forward to seeing what she has to share this year! Be sure to check her out on Instagram and youtube @homegrown.garden.

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That’s all from me, happy growing!

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