The Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) is running an initiative that it hopes will get more people up and down the country growing vegetables and other produce.
This follows hot on the heels of a new publication from the Department for Communities and Local Government, which encouraged Brits to take advantage of less conventional areas of land and green space in order to grow for this purpose.
Head of education at the RHS Sarah Cathcart underlined the fact that her organisation is very proud of the work it does with schools in particular.
She explained that millions of children are now able to get to grips with the garden tools, as they are learning more about the benefits and importance of working outdoors and growing plants.
"Children around the world are also learning about gardening, through the RHS Campaign for School Gardening," Ms Cathcart remarked, adding that the RHS backs the findings of the government report.