Ross Geach: Outstanding in his field
Amidst the outstandingly beautiful Trerethern Farm on the North Coast of Cornwall, lies Padstow Kitchen Garden: 4 acres of land nourished, nurtured and tended-to by 6th generation farmer and former Stein’s head-chef, Ross Geach. Ross writes a monthly column in the gardening section of the Telegraph, appears monthly on Radio Cornwall’s Gardenline and was featured on Countryfile.
What we do
nourished, nurtured and tended-to vegetables
From baby leeks and baby herbs, to kales and edible flowers, Padstow Kitchen Garden supplies an enticing variety of delicious and high-quality produce. Following years of experimentation (and a few mistakes!); knowledge of cheating the seasons, and the use of polytunnels, Padstow Kitchen Garden can extend the availability of items throughout the year.
If you’ve ever dreamed of growing your own vegetables to create fabulously nutritious meals, why not spend the day with Ross at beautiful Trerethern Farm in Padstow and learn how to establish your own kitchen garden. This fun but informative course is for gardeners of all abilities and no previous experience is required, although a passion for all things green-fingered is a bonus! Former head chef, Ross, will also prepare a scrumptious lunch made with ingredients sourced from the farm.
Here at Padstow Kitchen Garden we don’t just aim to wow and entertain our guests, but we also look to inform and educate people on how important high welfare and seasonality is. The dishes at these events are always based around what is growing in the garden at the time of the pop up, with the main course quite often being pork, from the farms own pedigree large blacks Cornish pigs.
The YBF’s Winner 2017
We’re proud to have won this years YBF’s, a highly recognised national food & drink awards celebrating fresh talent from across the country.