Savvy organic fruit and veg growing for person, plate and planet
I will make it easy and productive in these weekly, one hour live online coaching sessions every Thursday. Times may be able to be tailored to suit the group so please send a message if you can't make this time.
You can also book this course as one-off drop-in sessions for £15 each, please follow the link to 'See more from this Course Organiser below' for booking.
Groups will be kept relatively small in size to enable bespoke teaching as well as interactive support and gardening chat to help you on your way.
Growing some of your own produce is one of the most empowering experiences going, especially now as lockdown restricts us and food security concerns abound.
This course is ideal for those new to grow your own and existing gardeners looking to learn how to nurture delicious home grown fruit and vegetables with a greater resilience around our changing climate, with little to no fuss at all.
Kim is a popular Guardian gardening journalist and The Organic Way editor and has been running workshops and courses since 2014 from her training gardens as well as around the UK for everyone from Kirsty Allsopp's handmade festival to the National Botanic Gardens of Wales. Kim is also the author of The Climate Change Garden Book.
If you will be redeeming a CraftCourses gift voucher on this course, the voucher code must be provided at the point of booking.
What's included in the price?
An hour weekly session with Kim in her gardens via zoom for 4 weeks with lots of support, advice and interactive Q and A.
What you will need
A computer, tablet or smart phone.
Good broadband or wifi.
Excited to squeeze onto one of Kim’s last courses before lockdown, and so glad I did! Great to get Kim’s fresh ideas on year-round productive cropping in polytunnels. My favourites; chard & purple sprouting broccoli still cropping after 4 years! So much to learn whether you’re just starting out or have been growing for a while. A great course for curious minds. If you get a chance, go for it! Thank you Kim!