Grow, cook, eat, arrange with Sarah Raven & Arthur Parkinson

Companion Planting & Edible Flowers with Sarah Raven and Arthur Parkinson - Episode 10

April 08, 2021 Sarah Raven & Arthur Parkinson Episode 10
Grow, cook, eat, arrange with Sarah Raven & Arthur Parkinson
Companion Planting & Edible Flowers with Sarah Raven and Arthur Parkinson - Episode 10
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Grow, cook, eat, arrange with Sarah Raven & Arthur Parkinson
Companion Planting & Edible Flowers with Sarah Raven and Arthur Parkinson - Episode 10
Apr 08, 2021 Episode 10
Sarah Raven & Arthur Parkinson

Companion planting is a win-win situation - you bring even more beautiful flowers into your garden, and they help each other to bloom. From pests to mildew to black spot, there’s a number of dangers that careful companion planting can solve naturally.

In this episode of ‘grow, cook, eat, arrange’, Sarah and Arthur offer tips on how to pick plants to protect one another, and Sarah gives us a Fish Cake recipe that offers a natural alternative to black pepper - the delicious Nasturtium.

In this episode, discover:

  • The 4 main types of companion plant you can sow 
  • How companion plants work together to help each other thrive
  • Keeping mildew and black spot at bay
  • Planting nacotiana tobaccum as a natural alternative to a brassica cage
  • Including Nasturtiums in Sarah’s delightful Fish Cake recipe

Order Sarah’s new book: http://bit.ly/3cR0kyh

Pre-order Arthur’s new book: http://bit.ly/3qiBgUs

Shop on the Sarah Raven Website: http://bit.ly/3jvbaeu

Get in touch: [email protected]


Products mentioned:

Hardy Annual Cutting Patch Collection: https://bit.ly/2OtSxg2

Perpetual Spinach: https://bit.ly/3rXav8a

Tomatoes: https://bit.ly/39KngN8

Tagetes Linnaeus: https://bit.ly/3cTzKEj

Tagetes Patula x Erecta 'Konstance': https://bit.ly/2PuQbhv

Salvia and Calendula Collection: https://bit.ly/2OnSJxa

Allium Collection: https://bit.ly/39HzCFV

Nasturtium ‘Alaska’: https://bit.ly/31R1naI


Follow Sarah: https://bit.ly/3jDTvBp

Follow Arthur: https://bit.ly/3jxSKK5

Show Notes

Companion planting is a win-win situation - you bring even more beautiful flowers into your garden, and they help each other to bloom. From pests to mildew to black spot, there’s a number of dangers that careful companion planting can solve naturally.

In this episode of ‘grow, cook, eat, arrange’, Sarah and Arthur offer tips on how to pick plants to protect one another, and Sarah gives us a Fish Cake recipe that offers a natural alternative to black pepper - the delicious Nasturtium.

In this episode, discover:

  • The 4 main types of companion plant you can sow 
  • How companion plants work together to help each other thrive
  • Keeping mildew and black spot at bay
  • Planting nacotiana tobaccum as a natural alternative to a brassica cage
  • Including Nasturtiums in Sarah’s delightful Fish Cake recipe

Order Sarah’s new book: http://bit.ly/3cR0kyh

Pre-order Arthur’s new book: http://bit.ly/3qiBgUs

Shop on the Sarah Raven Website: http://bit.ly/3jvbaeu

Get in touch: [email protected]


Products mentioned:

Hardy Annual Cutting Patch Collection: https://bit.ly/2OtSxg2

Perpetual Spinach: https://bit.ly/3rXav8a

Tomatoes: https://bit.ly/39KngN8

Tagetes Linnaeus: https://bit.ly/3cTzKEj

Tagetes Patula x Erecta 'Konstance': https://bit.ly/2PuQbhv

Salvia and Calendula Collection: https://bit.ly/2OnSJxa

Allium Collection: https://bit.ly/39HzCFV

Nasturtium ‘Alaska’: https://bit.ly/31R1naI


Follow Sarah: https://bit.ly/3jDTvBp

Follow Arthur: https://bit.ly/3jxSKK5