Organic Gardening Course: 6 Week-June/July

June 7, 2012 at 10:01 am Leave a comment

Monday 18th June to July 23rd: 7 till 9pm

To avoid disappointment please book by Wednesday the 13th of June as places are limited.

A short organic gardening evening course open to all, at a reasonable cost, in the delightful Arkwright Meadows Community Gardens, with Karen Fry, Local Food Educator at AMC Gardens. The course is suited to both beginners and the experienced gardeners, covering topics vital to productive and ornamental gardens.

Topics that will be covered include:

  • An overview of organic gardening.
  • Healthy soil, healthy plants.
  • Compost and comfrey demystified.
  • Green manures.
  • Using pest-free compost.
  • Pests and diseases, friends or foes?
  • Weeds, wildflowers and what’s next?

The cost is just £54.00 per person, and this price even comes with a free years membership of The Gardens.

To book a place or find out more, please contact Karen Fry on 0115 9867777, or email: education@amcgardens.co.uk

or even just pop into The Gardens on Kirky Gardens, The Meadows, Nottingham, NG2 2NZ. We’re open from 9.30 to 4pm, Monday to Thursday.

To avoid disappointment please book by Wednesday the 13th of June as places are limited.

 

 

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