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The multitude of golden black-eyed Susan is setting the Autumn Garden aglow.
The multitude of golden black-eyed Susan is setting the Autumn Garden aglow.
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Grow Your Own Cut Flowers

Helen Seal
Friday 6 September 2013

It may seem presumptuous to draw a line under the gardening year while the soil is still warm and the sun still shining, but September is the perfect month to start again and look forward to next year.

Grow Your Own Cut Flowers is a one-day course led by Alpine and Woodland Supervisor, Helen Seal. She will be covering the best annual, perennial and shrubby plants for the garden that will ensure a long-season supply of fresh cut flowers for the home and to give away to friends. Making the most of the annual meadows, Systematic Beds and Cory Lawn, which still look their best in September, Helen will identify the best performers and share her advice on whether autumn-sowing or spring splitting is best. Participants will leave with not only the tricks of the trade, but a seed starter pack for growing cut flowers at home.
Date
06/09/2013
Time
10am – 4pm
Price
£50, payable in full at time of booking
This course is cancelled
Booking Details
Please download, complete and return the booking form from the link left as soon as possible.
Contact Details
01223 331875
Event Category
Gardens and Plants
Venue
Classroom