About the Course
Growing some of your own produce is one of the most empowering experiences going. Join us on a beautiful smallholding in the wild, wild West of Wales to learn organic gardening techniques. This day is ideal for beginners as well as experienced 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.
This accessible, hugely informative and fun course runs 9.30 through till 3 and includes tasty treats, refreshments, lunch and plants to take home.
Popular Guardian gardening journalist and The Organic Way editor runs a range of climate change grow your own courses from her training gardens in beautiful West Wales. The action packed day features accessible, hands on advice and tips to help you grow food successfully around our changing climate.
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What's included in the price?
Home cooked vegetarian lunch, refreshments and afternoon tea and cake. Plus plants to take home and handouts
I went to this course with my mum last year and we had an absolutely fantastic day. I cannot recommend it highly enough! Kim treated us to a lovely lunch and refreshments throughout the day and I came away from the course with practical skills and knowledge that I could use at home. Everything Kim showed us could be used in any size garden regardless of your knowledge/skill.
Lizzie Dyer - - #22185
Excellent course and well organised. The course caters for all levels and I personally took away a few ideas especially about "no dig" gardening. Kim was very informative and very knowledgeable. Highly recommended.
Anthony Treharne - - #20986
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