Grow your own free plants – morning at Farley Hill, nr Reading
31st July 2018 @ 10:30 am - 12:30 pm| £40
Whether you’re planting a garden from scratch, making a new border or simply want more of your favourite plants, saving money in these cash-strapped times is always popular. But there’s also so much satisfaction to be had from propagating new plants and this course is the way to refine your skills. Growing from seed and cuttings, as well as plant division are all covered in this fascinating session with one of the country’s leading practical gardening tutors, which will make sure your green-fingers thrive.
With a more than 30 years of practical experience, David Hurrion shares his tips and advice to help you get the most from your favourite hobby. He has written for and edited the nation’s crop of gardening magazines and has trained a host of professional and amateur gardeners.
Arrive from 10am for a warm welcome from garden owners, Margaret and Tony Finch, with coffee and biscuits. Farley Hill Place Gardens is a fascinating working garden of over 4 acres, with a large walled garden containing permanent borders, veg, fruit and cut flower beds.