Garden workshops – from the ground up

Garden workshops

Garden workshops  planned
from the ground up garden, FTGU Garden
Garden workshops will be (mostly) held at my Bourne End garden.

These garden workshops are based on my own garden diary, so when jobs need doing I use them to demonstrate what I do and why. This therefore makes my schedule for regular tasks firmer, and shares knowledge that makes what seem like daunting tasks much simpler.

Late winter, early spring 2017

Success sowing seeds for earlier planting

Dogwood for winter colour March 2017  (Rose and Dogwood pruning and dogwood cuttings 2016)

Dividing and replanting grasses

Dividing and replanting perennials

Spring

Increasing your Dahlia stock with cuttings

Taking cuttings from perennials

Autumn

Dividing perennials for bulk and “redundancy”

Creating the perfect easy maintenance compost heap

Taking cuttings from perennials

Collecting and storing your own seed

Sowing seeds

Preparing and planning summer bulbs/tubers

Succession planting

Pots – making the most of your garden pottery all year

Taking cuttings from tender plants

Poisonous plants in the garden

Planning next years spring bulbs

Salvaging Dahlias and other tender tubers for winter storage

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