Tuition & Workshops
Janice offers workshops for people new to gardening to help them get started and develop their knowledge and skills.
She also offers willow weaving sessions, including obelisks, border edging and bird feeders.
All workshops are held in our garden in the beautiful village of Sawdon. They include some theory and discussion, but also plenty of practical/hands-on time out in the garden with opportunities to ask questions.
To comply with Covid requirements, Janice has developed a covered outdoor area for workshops. For winter, she will run workshops using local village halls. Groups will be no more than five, to allow suitable social distancing.
Workshops for 2021
It’s not too late to get growing vegetables for this year!
Spend half a day finding out how to sow and grow your own veggies for the forthcoming year
We’ll discuss crop rotation, companion planting and demystify the whole process
£35 Friday 23rd April. 10.00 am – 12.30 pm, or 2.00 pm - 4.30 pm
An Introduction to Garden Design
Develop your knowledge to re-design your own garden
Learn about the principles of garden design
Discuss examples in the garden
Follow up support for working on your own design at home
£80 Friday 11th June. 10.00 am - 4.30 pm with lunch break
Willow Weaving Workshops for 2021
Book 2 workshops & get £5 off! Spend a day willow weaving by booking onto a willow edging workshop and either a willow obelisk or grow through support and get £5 off!
Make your own willow edging to prevent plants flopping over your paths and lawns
Taller ones may even keep cats off your garden beds!
£35 + £10 materials Tuesday 27th April. 10.00 – 12.30 pm or
Wednesday 28th April. 10.00 am – 12.30 pm
Make your own willow obelisk to support climbing plants
£35 + £5 materials Tuesday 27th April. 2.00 pm – 4.30 pm
Create a willow grow-through plant support
Make your own willow grow through plant support, to help stop tall plants like delphiniums falling over
£35 + £5 materials Wednesday 27th April. 2.00 pm – 4.30 pm
Bookings can be amended if Covid prevents you from attending.
Contact by email is easier as answering queries is easier when you're not up to your knees in plants and compost. If you'd rather ring, please be ready to leave a message and I'll get back to you as soon as I can.