What to do in the garden May to June

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What to do in the garden May to June

What to do in the garden May to June

Price: £45.00
Product code: 782

What to do in the garden for May and June. Saturday 14th May 2016.

If gardening is new to you or you just need to brush up on techniques and processes then join us for a series of practical workshops every two months where we share with you the seasonal tasks you can do in the garden. These workshops encompass the whole of the garden such as trees, hedges, shrubs, herbaceous perennials, annuals, bulbs, herbs and fruit and veg.

In this workshop we go through task that need doing for the next two months such as : pests, disease and weed control, feeding plants, planting up containers as ornamentals and for veg too, what to sow and pricking out. See below for further information.

Try out all our tips and ideas, and learn from the knowledge we have gathered over the years to ensure you feel confident and enjoy your garden every month of the year. Small gardens, larger gardens and gardening in pots and containers are all covered. The latest scientific research and findings are discussed. This is a hands-on workshop.

    • £45.00 per workshop
    • 10am - 12.30am
    • Half day workshop
    • Printed notes handout
    • Morning refreshments offered along with a delicious home-made cake
    • Indoors and outdoors. Please wear appropriate clothing and footwear
    • All tools and equipment are provided
    • Practical hands-on course and demonstration
    • You get to take away your seeds, cuttings or plants that we work with at each workshop!

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  • Additional Description
    This month we address weeds and pests amongst other seasonal ‘To Do's!’ This is an important time of the year. We share our little tips and tricks to fight off these nasties as well as Francoise's Grand-father's secret herbal teas and manures. At this time of the year plants need feeding and maintaining to thrive so we show you how to do it naturally and correctly. We talk about potting on your seedlings and planting outside after hardening off. We also show you how to plants ornamental pots as well as edibles. This month we look at beans, peas, squashes, cucumbers, tomatoes and chards as well as sweetcorn, edible flowers, some more on chillies and finally herbs too. And let's not forget strawberries!
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