Border Workshop Session 8

In May the traffic in the walled garden begins to build. Our Hot! border is a showcase for the Greenhouses.  There is still plenty to do. The Beschornaria is attracting plenty of nice comments. The bulk of the work is planting those tender annuals and perennials that have either spent the winter in the greenhouse or grown […]

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Ginger Group Session 7

With all the Gingers safely planted in the hotbed most have started into growth and are visible above the surface of the compost. Compost temperature remains at around 33°C and even those not yet visible have started into growth below ground. Now that we’re getting almost 14 hours of light, some of which has a […]

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Gardener’s friends

         It’s the Easter Break, so as outdoor educators we find ourselves immersed in the fun and frivolity of exploring, excitement and… chocolate eggs. But not so at the Greenhouses, for this year we have opted to stay away from egg hunts and focus on a more general Spring theme. Our young visitors have explored […]

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Sharp Operator

Looking after your Garden Tools, Productive Garden Workshop Text by Miranda Gavin; All photos by Lisa Barber Twitter: @mirandagavin     @lisabarberphoto    Instagram: @lisabarberphoto Brockwell Park Community Greenhouses gives teaching sessions on the last 2 Sunday mornings of every month starting at 10am under the workshop title: The Productive Garden. The workshops involve hands-on […]

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Border Workshop Session 7

Yay! Three of the Beschornerias are in bud. This time last year I wrote that we would lift them if they didn’t flower in 2017 but it looks as if the three year wait has been worth it. With the weather warming up it certainly looks as if the Cannas have all survived. The bananas […]

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