6th April at 7:30pm
Would you like to create a colourful and productive garden to enjoy this summer?
Join us virtually on Wednesday 6th April at 7:30pm via Zoom where we will be joined by Adam Pasco who will be providing you with plenty of ideas to help you get the very best from your garden!
Fill your garden with colour, fragrance, fruits, crops and herbs. Adam will be sharing his wealth of practical gardening experience and will be giving lots of gardening advice for you to take away.
Topics covered include:
* Plant perfect summer pots.
* Choose foolproof flowers that flourish.
* Fill your garden with fragrance.
* Sowing tips for crops and salads.
* Bring in the birds, bees and butterflies.
* How to beat pests the organic way.
* Win the war on weeds.
* Plus much more … and ask your questions too!
Tickets cost £10 and you can book your tickets here!
Adam Pasco is a qualified horticulturist who has been a leading gardening journalist in the UK for over 40 years, successfully launching and editing BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine in 1991 and remaining its Editor for nearly 22 years. He now runs his own company, Adam Pasco Media, as a writer and content provider, photographer, lecturer, and consultant to clients in the gardening industry.
In addition to BBC Gardeners’ World, Adam has been Editor of Garden News, Garden Answers, BBC Easy Gardening and Waitrose Garden magazine, had a gardening column in the Daily Telegraph, and has appeared on numerous TV and radio shows. He has twice been crowned ‘Editor of the Year’ by the British Society of Magazine Editors, and been awarded ‘Practical Journalist of the Year’ by the Garden Media Guild.
Adam runs an impressive garden picture library, presents videos for gardening clients, and regularly talks at events and to gardening groups around the country. Adam and his wife Jayne live in Peterborough, where they enjoy growing and cooking their own crops, fruits and herbs. In addition to gardening, his other interests include playing guitar and ukulele, photography and music.
Watch via Zoom
To join via Zoom, all you need to do is register your attendance before the webinar starts. You will then receive an email inviting you to join the webinar on the day.