|6 Mar 2022 10:00 AM - 2:30 PM||The Oast Farmhouse North Street Hellingly||Ron Welsh|
Do you ever feel that your garden needs a bit of help? Jenny Cloke is a keen amateur gardener but with never enough time to keep on top of things and she is not very good at long-term planning.
Ron Welsh is a SFTG member who trained at Kew Gardens, lectured in horticulture for 25 years and is currently an examiner for the RHS.
He is going to discuss and demonstrate garden tasks relevant to winter maintenance and preparation for spring in our gardens. He will point out simple improvements such as how to use or moving a plant that could cause an injury to a child, positioning plants so they will look good after 10 years and some ideas on where plants will be happiest as well as how to make life easier for the gardener!
In this workshop Ron will also cover shrub pruning and dividing of herbaceous perennials.
We will start in the garden, take a break for lunch standing round the bonfire (hot lunch and drinks included in the workshop price) and then back to the garden.
Can’t make this date? Event sold out? Please email our training organiser so that you will be on the list when we run the workshop again.
This event is fully booked.