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Introducing Wild Flower Meadows - Evening Talk

Introducing Wild Flower Meadows - Evening Talk

 

         
 

An Evening Talk

  Introducing Wild Flower Meadows  
       
 

Wildflowers are an important feature to encourage wildlife into your garden and even the smallest of patches can look stunning planted as a meadow.

 

This evening talk, gives an introduction to wild flower meadows for those wishing to establish them as a feature.

   
         
         
         
 

Course Programme:
2 hours, 7.30pm - 9.30pm

 

What To Expect:

 
 

 

1. Origins of Meadows

2. Your Site & Appropriate Plant Selection - from the smallest of gardens to meadows

3. Seed or Plugs?

4. Ground Preparation & Establishment

5. Meadow Management

6. Meadows into the Future

 

An informal evening spent with others interested in gardening. A wealth of information from an experienced gardener.

Light refreshments will be provided, including tea, coffee, water, and cake.

Parking is available at the entrance to our farm and our training room is just short walk down our track.

Please arrive at 7.15 for a prompt 7.30pm start

What To Bring:

Just bring yourself, confirmation of your booking, a notebook and any questions you may have.

If you have any dietary requirements please let us know in advance.

 
         
         
         
 

Talk Host:
Ian Donovan

 

Ian Donovan

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Ian has been working in the countryside since picking strawberries and raspberries as a boy and travelled around the farms as a young man picking apples, pears and hops. When economics came into play and he realised he needed a continuous income all year round, he started studying horticulture at Plumpton College and has been an English country Gardener ever since!