This page will be updated as workshops are added. View all our workshops listed on Eventbrite here. Glengall Wharf Garden workshops are open to all – we do not want access to be restricted due to lack of funds so we have a number of free spaces available for each session – please get in … Continue reading January & February Workshops
We have a whole host of new workshops running in November - you can find all the details below! All workshops will be available to book from Monday 18th October at 10am. Essentials of Composting Saturday 6 November, 10.30am-12.30pm It’s named ‘black gold’ for a reason; good quality compost is vital for healthy plants and … Continue reading November Workshops in the Garden
We have a number of courses coming up in October - details are below and please do get in touch if you have any questions! Wednesday 13 October 10.30 - 14.30 Essentials of Permaculture - An introduction to the principles and ethics of Permaculture and their practical application within a community garden. Run by Paula … Continue reading Upcoming October Workshops at Glengall Wharf Garden
We'll be running a new free session for anyone interested in learning more about forest gardening. Each of the 5 sessions will have roughly the same content and will cover: What is a forest garden? The benefits of growing food this way How to maintain Tree care and pruning ( this might be theory only as it’s … Continue reading Free Introduction to Forest Gardening Sessions
Practice the skill of observation. Take time to ground and listen. When we clear away some of our inner obstacles so that we can open ourselves to the outside world, when we allow ourselves to be in the present, we can be fed and informed and delighted by the richness of life around us. - … Continue reading Nine ways of observing
Permaculture is about abundance over scarcity, diversity over monoculture, and solving problems over creating them.
Now is the time for spring greens including nettles, chickweed and other fresh bitter flavoured wild herbs. A recipe for nettle soup is here Urtica dioica, often called common nettle, stinging nettle (although not all plants of this species sting) or nettle leaf, is a herbaceous perennial flowering plant in the family Urticaceae. It is … Continue reading It’s nettle time of year
So what is permablitz? Whatever it is, or was, it was FUN! These are the ethics behind permaculture design: Care of the earth. Care for people. Fair share. They are ethics that reach way beyond growing things. A bunch of us came together early last Sunday (well, 10am) to help extend our low maintenance, productive and nature-friendly forest … Continue reading #Permablitz
Worries about the weather disappeared almost as soon as we came on site - the afternoon was fresh and glorious. A great turn out of people, lured by the promise of learning more about soil and how to manage it meant we got lots done and ate well. Lasagna gardening, method We started by layering … Continue reading Sunshine, soil and pizza success!
A lovely warm spring day of gardening - lots to do, everything getting dry quickly after months of wet weather but looking forward to a great years gardening. Bright gardeners Lovely lowly worms Peas and pea sticks Radicchios Plum blossom Pak choi in abundance Spring buds 9 star perennial broccoli underplanted with nepalese raspberry Proud … Continue reading Spring snapshot