Grow North 2018

A new Grow North series for 2018 opened on Sunday 11 March with a "Getting Started" workshop led by Toni Clarke and Maggie Wormald.

Grow North is a series of workshops for those new to growing and the more experienced, offering a chance for guidance from experienced tutors and hands-on  practice, together with  opportunities to meet and exchange tips and share ideas with others.

View and download the Grow North 2018 programme .

To book sessions or find out more, email    grownorth@transitionblackisle.org
(Booking important as sessions will need minimum numbers to go ahead)

For more detail on a workshop check the Events calendar  or this website page nearer the date.

Notes on workshops which have taken place are available on the  Training notes  page.

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Next Grow North session

Highland Liliums, Kiltarlity         (directions  at  http://highlandliliums.co.uk)
Saturday 2 June
10.00 - 1.00

Tutor    Sue Mullins

Growing Flowers  -

-  Edible flowers, bee and butterfly friendly flowers, seeds, tubers, bulbs, rhizomes.

Cost : by donation (suggest £5-£10)
Tea/coffee provided

Come dressed for outdoor garden (including footwear) and current climate conditions!
Bring garden gloves if you have them.
Possibly suitable for children, under supervision of parent/carer.

Booking essential : email grownorth@transitionblackisle.org

 

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