Grow-your-own retailer Grown For You ties up with Healthy London Living website

Online grow-your-own retailer Grown For You has teamed up with lifestyle website Healthy London Living.

The fruit and veg plant seller will provide monthly tips and advice for gardeners on the new website.

Grown For You general manager Nick Coumbe said: "We’re delighted to be able to team up with this new website and show just how easy it is to plant and tend your very own fruit and veg. It doesn’t take much space to create the freshest food you’ll ever taste – and we’re going to be helping people do just that every month via Healthy London Living."

The Healthy London Living website has been set up by Lesley Cohen, a qualified nutritional therapist. She created the site to provide information on healthy lifestyle products, recipes, practitioners, relaxation techniques, courses and events, sport and fitness, book reviews, shopping ideas and news.

Cohen said: "The website will constantly be changing and developing and bringing the reader new ideas. There will also be interviews with people who are influential in the way we live our lives in London, together with a regular blog on all aspects of living in the capital city."


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