Have you been thinking about how to garden in a more water efficient way? Did you know that East Anglia’s low rainfall and increasingly mild winters give us conditions suited to growing many plants from the Mediterranean and similar climates from around the world? Join our Head of Horticulture Sally Petitt to discover how it is possible to create a garden that requires little to no watering. On this course you will get an opportunity to learn more about our dry garden and the plants within it, as well as picking up tips for your own garden at home.
Sally Petitt started her horticultural career here in the Botanic Garden in 1988 as a Trainee Horticultural Technician, and is currently Head of Horticulture, a role in which she oversees the horticultural team and operations. During her time at the Garden she has worked in many areas of the Garden and developed an extensive horticultural knowledge, and has also participated in botanical expeditions and capacity building projects, and currently serves on a number of horticultural committees.
Bookings for this course will close on Tuesday 11 July
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