Workshop: Creative Container Veg Growing
Discover which vegetables and herbs are suitable for growing in containers and the conditions they need to thrive. Learn how to plan and maintain your own growing space to provide a succession of delicious food throughout the year. Be inspired to repurpose household objects to create a unique garden. Take home seeds and cuttings to get you started
Kath has a background in Biology, Conservation and Therapeutic Horticulture with RHS, Thrive and Permaculture Design training. Initially responsible for the plant nursery at Hulme Community Garden Centre, and for the last five years running bespoke workshops and volunteer sessions for both adults and children in all aspects of vegan organic gardening and environmental education. A passionate allotmenteer with a particular interest in growing vegetables for all seasons and gardening for wildlife.
*Paying for this event*
We see Woodbank Community Food Hub becoming a thriving centre for local food production which people living in the surrounding communities enjoy and feel a part of. The events and activities we are running from the site are open to all. We have a limited amount of funding to run these events and we would like to make this go as far as possible, so please pay what you are able to. By paying the supporter price you will be contributing towards the long-term sustainability of the project. Thank you.
|Location||Woodbank Community Food Hub|
|Offerton, SK1 4JS|
|Start||Saturday 14 Mar 2020 2:00pm|
|Finish||Saturday 14 Mar 2020 5:00pm|
|Organised by||The Kindling Trust|