Past training

Apple Tree Grafting Workshop

 

Edible Landscapes has teamed up with The Orchard Project - we will be learning how to graft apple trees using the ancient 'whip and tongue' method with a knife.
Once you've learned this reliable technique you'll be able to create new trees year after year.
 

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Open Saturday

As an experiment, we're opening our gates on a few Saturdays. We have our work cut out moving some of our plants over to Manor House Lodge and bringing trees into the park, along with a variety of other tasks. We'll be working right through the winter, while the plants are dormant, to achieve this. Roll up your sleeves and join in!

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Forest Garden Skill-Share

You are invited to share something related to forest gardening! Perhaps a practical skill, a piece of information, or news from a project you've been involved in. Come and join us... Learn, network, eat cake.

Jo Homan has offered to give us the low-down on some interesting research published by the Agroforestry Research Trust, and we will share lunch.

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Salad Daze

Booking Form here

Have fun foraging edible flowers and leaves. Jo Homan will teach you how to recognise local, edible plants on this fun one day workshop.  We will:

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Design A Forest Garden - one day course (Kingston)

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Imagine growing your own apples, berries, rhubarb and strawberries. Or artichokes, hops, rocket and thyme. By using plants with different heights, you'd be using all the space in your garden. AND with a single blitz of planting, you'd enjoy a rolling harvest throughout the year, every year. Come and learn about forest gardening - a no-dig approach that's kind to wildlife and to your back. You will:

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Deep Down and Dirty: a (not) earth breaking, new course

Booking form here.

Learn all about a largely ignored but precious resource on this one day course: earth.

Come and get Deep Down and Dirty and:

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Deep Down and Dirty: a (not) earth breaking, new course

Booking form here.

Learn all about a largely ignored but precious resource on this one day course: earth.

Come and get Deep Down and Dirty and:

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Design A Forest Garden - one day course

Booking Form here

Imagine growing your own apples, berries, rhubarb and strawberries. Or artichokes, hops, rocket and thyme. By using plants with different heights, you'd be using all the space in your garden. AND with a single blitz of planting, you'd enjoy a rolling harvest throughout the year, every year. Come and learn about forest gardening - a no-dig approach that's kind to wildlife and to your back. You will:

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Design A Forest Garden - one day course

Booking Form here

Imagine growing your own apples, berries, rhubarb and strawberries. Or artichokes, hops, rocket and thyme. By using plants with different heights, you'd be using all the space in your garden. AND with a single blitz of planting, you'd enjoy a rolling harvest throughout the year, every year. Come and learn about forest gardening - a no-dig approach that's kind to wildlife and to your back. You will:

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Design A Forest Garden - one day course

Booking Form here

Imagine growing your own apples, berries, rhubarb and strawberries. Or artichokes, hops, rocket and thyme. By using plants with different heights, you'd be using all the space in your garden. AND with a single blitz of planting, you'd enjoy a rolling harvest throughout the year, every year. Come and learn about forest gardening - a no-dig approach that's kind to wildlife and to your back. You will:

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