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Wildlife Gardening Course at the National Botanic Garden of Wales
31st March 2022 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
I am teaching two no dig gardening and two wildlife gardening courses at the fantastic National Botanic Garden of Wales in March and April 2022.Places are funded and cost £20 which includes admission to the amazing botanical gardens. Places are limited for each course and must be booked via the Botanic Gardens website – I have linked to each course on the dates below.
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.
Learn how to create and maintain a productive wildlife and planet-friendly garden, whatever size plot you have, to increase biodiversity and add colour and nature to your life. The workshop includes planting schemes, practical crafts for making wildlife habitats and the many benefits of rewilding part of where you live.
The Wildlife Gardening course for everyone includes practical demonstrations, slides and plenty of time for all of your questions
Bring your own refreshments and lunch, or buy from the fantastic Caffi Botanica in the gardens which offers a varied range of meals, snacks and beverages (including vegan and gluten free) made from as locally produced ingredients as possible, including some from the gardens.
The botanic gardens are located near Camarthen in Camarthenshire, Wales – just off the M4 and the A48. The nearest station is in Camarthen 8 miles away – there is a limited bus service from the station, and usually plenty of taxis (their numbers are here). There is also a train station 10 miles away at Llandeilo.
For cyclists, the gardens are on the Camarthen-Llanelli loop on the National Cycle Network Route 47 (also known as the Celtic Trail).
Find out how to get there here.
These courses are funded
These courses are delivered as part of Growing The Future and are funded 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., hence the bargain price of only £20.