This one day course will show you how to grow many of the vegetables, herbs and spices associated with a more exotic range of cuisines and introduce you to vegetables that you may not have tried before.
Pippa Rosen is generously opening her garden for three days in August with donations to Garden Organic in lieu of entry fee.
The garden is located in Warminster and has been organically certified since 2001 for seed production. Stockfree production (no animal manures or by-products). Vegetables, herbs, and flowers which are grown for seed. Facilities include toilets, refreshments and organic seed for sale.
The Herbary, 161 Chapel Street, Horningsham, Warminster, BA12 7LU
Friday, 3 August 2018 - 11:00am to Sunday, 5 August 2018 - 5:00pm
Susan Burns is kindly opening her garden to the public during the weekend of the 4th & 5th of August. The garden is half-an-acre, and divided into ten small gardens which includes: a kitchen garden, an orchard, herbaceous borders, pond, two children’s gardens, a tropical section, seating areas and a secret garden
Saturday, 4 August 2018 - 2:00pm to Sunday, 5 August 2018 - 5:00pm
Now is the time to plan ahead and consider your winter growing space. With a little forward planning, you can produce food all year round! We also show you that there is more to winter growing than swedes and leeks.
Join us for this half-day course and learn everything you need to know to get started with seed saving from Garden Organic’s Heritage Seed Library experts. You’ll gain a detailed understanding of the benefits of saving seed and how to select plants for particular characteristics, as well as step by step instructions on saving seeds.
This half-day course is the perfect follow on from our ‘Introduction to Seed Saving’ course, or is ideal for those with some experience of saving seed from vegetables, who are looking to further their skills.
Get into the festive spirit and have fun using materials from our gardens to make natural decorations. You will be shown how to weave your own willow wreath that you can then decorate with items from the gardens, and learn how to identify suitable materials in your own garden and elsewhere for use in decorations.