Easy No Dig Gardening
Learn how to set up and maintain a productive, organic no dig garden for vegetables, fruit, trees, herbs and flowers whatever size plot; composting; extending the growing season, wildlife gardening, natural wildlife-friendly ways of managing pests, growing year round, reducing weeds and mulches.
The workshop includes practical demonstrations, slides and plenty of time for all of your questions.
£20 which includes entry to the National Botanic Garden of Wales. To book, please visit here.
About your trainer
Stephanie Hafferty is a leading expert in no-dig gardening, a garden and food writer, edible garden consultant, and has been growing her own food for over thirty years. As well as growing at home and on allotments, she has created kitchen gardens on private estates, for restaurants, community gardens and market gardens. She specialises in growing in domestic spaces, teaching and writing about how to grow food year-round. She writes for gardening, food and lifestyle publications internationally, a regular blog, has two published books including the award-winning No Dig Organic Home and Garden (with Charles Dowding) and is currently working on another two books.
We have a duty of care to ensure your safety during this course, with social distancing and hygiene measures in place. You are welcome to wear your own face mask and gloves – these will not be provided. Due to current restrictions, we are unable to offer refreshments so please bring your own, alternatively, you are welcome to use the Botanic Garden’s catering outlets.
Growing the Future
This course is delivered as part of the Growing the Future project at the National Botanic Garden of Wales.
This project has received funding through the Welsh Government Rural Communities – Rural Development Programme 2014-2020, which is funded by the European Agricultural Fund for Rural Development and the Welsh Government.