Buy the Book

The book, “Trevor’s Kitchen Garden, A Week-By-Week Guide To Growing Your Own Food” is now available in most book shops.  If you have difficulty locating a copy you can order one directly from the publishers, Orpen Press at

You can also purchase the book on

All royalties from sales of the book  go to the charity S.E.E.D. (School Earth Education Developments), the network of organic centres around Ireland which provide courses in growing, cooking and storing your own food, and also help schools set up school gardens.

The book is packed with Trevor’s tips and techiques presented in a very easy to follow week-by-week format, along with interesting contributions from other growers.


8 responses to this post.

  1. What a fantastic book, filled with Trevor’s own illustrations, I’m finding it very motivating to build my gardening skills, week-by-week, thanks Trevor!


  2. […] Trevor Sargent will be our personal guide for this fantabulous day […]


  3. Posted by Helen Neilan on September 15, 2012 at 1:01 pm

    I have just read your book trevor and found it a great read and definately one to dig into from time to time again. I started my own few raised beds last year and am gardening away through trial and error. I would love to get a cutting of your prennial cabbage if u have some available sometime. Many thanks and best of luck with your book. Helen Neilan


  4. Posted by Trevor Sargent on November 21, 2012 at 1:59 pm

    Glad youn like the site. Thanks for the encouragement. Trevor


  5. Posted by Trevor Sargent on January 27, 2013 at 7:12 pm

    Thank you for the comment. Procrastination is very understandable especially in wintry weather! Invite somebody to visit your food growing efforts. This may well help you to focus on jobs which need to be done more urgently.

    Good gardening



  6. Just stumbled on the site now. Love the clip on pruning black currants.


    • Posted by Trevor Sargent on February 25, 2013 at 2:01 pm

      Hi Tom,

      Glad you liked the blackcurrant pruning clip. Nicky Kyle is a great fount of wisdom on all matters horticultural. She also has a good website if you do a search for her name.

      Good growing,



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