Bradmoor Farm, Rear Car Park
St Mary's Church
By Haddenham Webteam - 17th August 2015 8:00am
It's time to take Cuttings and plan ahead for Autumn and Winter!
Learn how to propagate your own plants.
If you've always wanted to propagate your own plants but are not sure how, why not have a go in preparation for Autumn and participate in the gardening workshop on Thursday 20th August 2015 (10.00am — 4.00pm).
This workshop will have a specific focus on planning ahead for Autumn and Winter and is ideal for beginners and those with some experience.
More details are shown here.
Based in the atmospheric potting shed at Turn End (originally a Victorian coach house), the day will give you a lovely chance to explore Turn Endʼs garden and gather hints and tips on propagation from expert horticulturalist Lindsay Engers.
Jackie Hunt, the current gardener at Turn End and former gardener Dawn Meadows will be on hand to share their experiences and help explain techniques.
Please complete and email Booking Form (see link below image) to:
firstname.lastname@example.org or phone: 07591 018601
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