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Welcome to grow, cook, eat, arrange, the weekly podcast from gardener, writer, teacher, and cook, Sarah Raven. 


Since the publication of her first book, The Cutting Garden, two decades ago, Sarah has led the way by introducing a new kind of productive gardening which places emphasis on intense colour, sophistication, and achievability. With special guests from across garden design, floristry, food, ecology, conservation, and more, this podcast is brimming with top tips and helpful hints to help you create your most productive garden ever.

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Connecting with Nature Through Trees with Arit Anderson and Henrik Sjöman - Episode 160
Q&A with Sarah
A Year Full of Pots: The Inspiration Behind Sarah’s New Book with Arthur Parkinson - Episode 159
Sarah & Arthur's favourite Valentine's Day presents
12 best flowers for long lasting interest
The Charm & Value of garden ponds
Episode 155 - Celebrating the Extraordinary Role of the Farmer’s Wife with Helen Rebanks
Gardening Through the Winter Frost and Snow with Josie Lewis
Creating the Best Biodiversity Havens in Our Gardens with Dr Steve Head - Episode 153
Sarah & Arthur’s 2024 New Year Resolutions - Episode 152
How to Bring a Natural Charm to Your Christmas Decorations with Arthur Parkinson - Episode 151
Growing, pruning and caring for roses with Josie Lewis
The joys of scented-leaf pelargoniums with Cath Kidston
Bringing the charm of nature indoors with Arabella Preston
Bees & biodiversity with Martha Kearney & Dr Nicola Bradbear
Best of the Christmas range with Arthur Parkinson
Planting a paradise: perfect your flower yard with Arthur Parkinson
Creating the scent and spectacle of a naturalised woodland
stunning bulbs for naturalising in grassland and meadows
12 climbers for year round spectacle with Gary Newell
Francis Hamel and his new art exhibition 'Thirty Gardens'
The divisive appeal of amaryllis with Josie Lewis
12 edibles to sow immediately for winter-long joy
Garden Cook - a cookalong series with Sarah Raven
Highlights of our autumn 2023 range with Arthur Parkinson
Episode 137 - The 12 essentials to sow in autumn for a gorgeous spring garden
The spectacle of dahlia breeding in Holland with Josie Lewis
Picking the perfect potted plants for urban gardens with Tom Stimpson
Creating inspirational & seasonal recipes with Blanche Vaughan
Episode 133 - The Joys of Garden Birds & How to Protect Them with Adam Nicolson
12 top flowers for tasty tisanes & cordials all year round
The Beginners Kitchen Garden Miniseries
12 top shrubs for scent & structure with Gary Newell
Prepare your garden for heat with Josie Lewis
Episode 129 - Sarah's 12 best edible flower varieties
Exploring the roots of gardening passion with Alive Vincent - 128
Episode 127 - Veracious new varieties with Aerhur Parkinson
Grow your own dinner party - with Con and Jess Booth
The Comfort and Connection of Incredible Ukrainian Cuisine with Olia Hercules - Episode 125
The Stunning Science of Dahlia Breeding with Josie Lewis - Episode 124
Episode 123 - Beginner-friendly herbs with Jekka McVicar
Episode 122 - Sarah's essential food & flower harvesting tips
Episode 121 - Perennializing your bulbs for sustainable spring splendour
Episode 120 - Creating a bee-friendly garden
Episode 119 - The RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2023
Episode 118 - Garden design tips & the Chelsea Flower Show
Episode 117 - Taking inspiration from the garden
Episode 116 - 12 tough flowers to thrive in shady gardens
Episode 115 - 12 regal flowers for a coronation display
Episode 114 - Chicken Boy
Episode 113 - 12 best perennials, shrubs and climbers
Episode 112 - 12 stunning cut flowers for small gardens
Episode 111 - 12 spectacularly scented flowers
Episode 110 - 12 essentials for growing terrific tomatoes
Episode 109 - Using local, coppiced wood
Episode 108 - 12 best vegetable & salad for a productive mini patch
Episode 107 - the 12 most low maintenance plants
Episode 106 - 12 best companion plants
Episode 105 - Reimagining your flower philosophy
Episode 104 - 12 best edible crops to sow and grow
Bonus episode - hard frost special
Episode 103 - a year full of veg
Episode 102 - 12 best design tips for small garden

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about the Sarah Raven podcast

• Welcome to grow, cook, eat, arrange, the weekly podcast from gardener, writer, teacher, and cook, Sarah Raven. 


• Over the last two decades, Sarah has led the way by introducing a new kind of productive gardening which places emphasis on intense colour, sophistication, and achievability.


• Recorded at the beautiful Perch Hill Farm in Sussex, Sarah talks with special guests from across garden design, floristry, food, ecology, conservation, and more. 


• Brimming with top tips and helpful hints, listen and learn how to create your most productive garden ever.


• You can find out more about the products discussed in each episode or get in touch by visiting the website: https://www.sarahraven.com/



Enjoy the show!


what is a podcast?

A podcast is similar to a radio programme, but you can listen to it at any time. Many people listen to podcasts while doing something else, either gardening, cooking or travelling.




how often are episodes released?

Each Friday a new episode will be released. Each episode is around 25-30 minutes. You can also listen to past episodes by following this link: All Episodes


why should I subscribe to follow the podcast?

If you subscribe to a podcast it will be easy to find in your app and each episode will automatically download ready for you to listen to each week.


how can I listen?

• The podcast can be found on our web page sarahraven.com/podcast and you can link to it on the arrow below, but many people find the easiest way to listen to podcasts is via one of the free podcast apps available on smartphones.


• Download a podcast app such as Spotify

• Open the app

• Set up an account if you don’t already have one

• Go to the search function and type in ‘Sarah Raven’

• Select the Sarah Raven podcast

• Look for a button to ‘Subscribe’ or ‘Follow’

• Once you have subscribed the podcast will automatically appear in your library (look for the stacked book symbol)

• To listen to an individual episode simply tap on it