Earthed Up! at Belper Lane End

Earthed Up! Edible and useful plants workers co-operative
Belper Lane End patch - image shows a garden with a mix of perennial plants, some in flower; there is a dry stone wall at the back and in the background trees and hills.
Earthed Up! is a workers co-operative growing edible and useful plants. Our aims are to increase food resilience, to encourage soil regeneration and carbon capture, by making perennial food plants easily available. We work within the ethics of earth care, people care and fair shares. We are proud to grow all our own plants without ever using peat. We grow ecologically and naturally, without using harmful chemicals. We minimise the amount of plastic we use and wherever possible don’t use new plastic products. We grow and sell plants and seeds, sell peat free compost for local delivery, and run courses. See our plant stocklist and buy seeds at
How to arrange a visit: 
You are welcome to attend our monthly plant sales - 3rd Sunday of each month.
Sustainable transport options: 
Bus number 72 stops 0.5 mile down the hill An uphill 1.5 walk/cycle from Belper train station
Earthed Up!
Belper Lane End
DE56 2DL
United Kingdom
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