With only 6-8 people per workshop, there's an intimate and friendly feel to the day with plenty of opportunity to ask questions, and get your hands dirty with practical tasks. You'll also end up with something to take home to continue what you've learnt during the day.
I teach mainly no dig gardening and use natural and organic methods that I use in my own garden. I also cover more traditional methods so you can continue to garden at home with whatever method suits you.
The workshops are aimed at both people starting out on their gardening journey and gardeners wanting to learn more to maximise what they already know. If you are unsure whether a workshop is suitable for you, please contact me and we can discuss your requirements.
The workshops are carried out at my garden classroom and allotment, so you'll see a real garden with all its trials and tribulations. You will get opportunities to see the whole garden which also includes a young fruit orchard, allotment with its greenhouses, polytunnel and no dig raised beds, shrub and flower beds and an apiary. (The bees are away from the working areas). .
There's always plenty of refreshments available including homemade cakes and food using homegrown and local ingredients where possible. Dietary requirements are catered for.
All equipment and materials are provided, you just need to bring yourself and suitable clothing for the weather as some of the workshops will be outside.
For more information contact me, or to book a place on a workshop, click on the relevant course below.
I provide private tuition and garden consultations to suit your needs. Ideal for individuals, small groups or community projects. I also provide talks to clubs and societies. Contact me to discuss your requirements.
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