Last year we tried an experiment of running some Do Day Courses. And they worked really well. So we are going to run a programme of Day courses throughout this year. It will be an eclectic mix of practical and inspirational courses from some of the most inspirational doers around.
Spring ProgrammeÂ (More to follow)
â€œHow to create a kitchen garden when space is limited?â€
A beginners guide to growing food in your garden.
Alice Holden is one of Britainâ€™s most pioneering female growers.She has been farming and growing organically on a variety of scales for the last ten years. Her practical experience, learning from commercial growers has given her a good
grounding in how to use space to optimise the chances of a successful harvest.
What you will learn?
How do you make the most of a small space?
What are the tricks to make your patch really productive?
How to decide what to sow and when to grow?
How to successfully propagate
How to make the most of the resources you have?
How to care for your soil without doing very much?
How to keep a growing plan really simple?
How to grow herbs throughout the year?
How to choose the tools you will need from the ones you do not
How to keep things organised while allowing diversity
How small can a raised bed be and still be productive?
How to make your garden become an extension to your kitchen?
How to extend the growing season?
How to understand and make compost.
May 19thÂ - 10am-5pm.
Includes garden lunch, tea, coffees, etc
Participants will also receive a mini plug plant garden to take away with them.
If you want to book a place, email: firstname.lastname@example.org