New gardening courses at Priory Park starts January 2015

Posted by on December 23, 2015 in Active & Supportive Communities | 0 comments

Gardening novices can learn from green fingered experts on a new course at Priory Park.

Residents with a new year’s resolution to get into the garden more can learn how to care for fruit trees, move plants and even how to build their own fence at new gardening workshops.

The monthly two hours sessions will run on Saturdays starting with planting fruit trees and moving plants on 23 January, building a garden fence on 20 February and growing food in containers on 19 March. All sessions run from 10am to 12pm and cost £2.50

For more advanced gardeners, blocks of eight week course starting on Saturday 9 January until Saturday 18 June ran by The Royal Horticultural Society will teach learners the science behind gardening including how plants photosynthesise, how they know when to flower and fruit and how to propagate successfully.

This course forms part of the level 2 certificate the principles of plant growth, propagation and development. The eight week course costs £125 with funding available for Dudley residents.

For more information or to book a space on the course contact suzie.wolff@dudley.gov.uk or call 01384 812474.

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