This online session introduces learners to growing fruit and vegetables. Detailing how to select a perfect site, plan and optimise harvest from the fruit and vegetable plot, learners will gain detailed instruction on growing a variety of vegetables from seed sowing through to harvest. Information regarding the cultivation of top fruit and soft fruit will enable you to be confident in cultivation for the coming season.
Sessions can be attended singly or as the complete series and no previous experience is needed. We will cover the principles of essential horticultural topics, as well as the science that underpins these principles, with learning consolidated through online quizzes and group discussions.
Sandie Cain joined the Garden team in 2018 as Horticultural Learning Co-ordinator with responsibility for the Schools Garden and horticultural learning. She studied horticulture at Plumpton College and Bicton College, and was previously head gardener of a Victorian walled garden producing vegetables, fruit, micro herbs and edible flowers for a Michelin Star restaurant. Sandie is passionate about horticulture with a special interest in kitchen gardens.
Please note this is an online course using ZOOM. No specialist software is required to participate, but a device with a microphone and webcam will be needed. Full joining instructions will be emailed a few days before the date of the course.
This is a live interactive course, and will not be made available as a recording to watch at a later date.
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