2019 Grow North + Workshop 5. 'Create a small garden pond'

organisation:
Transition Black Isle

17 August 2019, Starts: 10:00, Ends: 13:00

'Creating a small garden pond'      10am-1pm

This session - via the creation of a garden pond for the Community Garden - will cover all the basics of how to create your own small pond which will help to attract wildlife into your garden.

The best position, basic equipment/resources needed, step by step demonstration of how to create a new pond, possible plants to attract wildlife...this was a very popular workshop last year and is offered again due to interest.

Tutors :  Jimmie and Penny Hepburn, who are professionals in this area of work. 

Cost : by donation (suggest £5-£10)

Venue : Beauly Community Garden

Tea/coffee provided

Come dressed for outdoor garden  (incl footwear) and current climate conditions ! Much of the workshop will be standing observing the creating process, with explanation as the process happens. Bring notebook and pen, opportunity to ask questions as we go along. 

Booking essential : email grownorth@transitionblackisle.org

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