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Practical Trained Fruit-workshop

Audley End, not far from the city of Cambridge, is the venue for our Trained Fruit in Historic Kitchen Gardens-workshop. Their kitchen garden is over a hectare, with espaliered pears, condons, fan trained plums and figs and apples, – in other words – the perfect venue for our practical workshop in Trained Fruit. The workshop is now full and it is no longer possible to apply.

Contributors

Gemma will be a tutor during the Trained Fruit-workshop at Audley End – introducing the principals of late summer pruning, giving demos and tutoring the hands on pruning.

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Other Garden Conservation

It’s time! The Orangery at Gunnebo will finally be opening and we’re celebrating by inviting you all to our very first crafts festival. Are you interested in heritage crafts like wood and stone carving, timber framing or how to make a tiled stove? Would you like to know more about orangery plants and mowing with scythes? Then this is the perfect event for you.

Workshop

Gunnebo is hosting this four days workshop, with the topic ‘Lawns and meadow cultivation in Historic Gardens’ which is a follow up on the webinar earlier this year.
– and be a part of the finding, developing and sharing best practice in garden conservation. The first three workshops are now open for you to express your interest of joining. The hosts are working with the program and will publish those as soon as the details are worked out.
The Erasmus+ project “Craft Skills for Garden Conservation” (CSGC) offers skills and training opportunities to the heritage gardening community. Join us for the first two webinars in February!
Webinar date: 2022/02/05
Practical Workshop:
From date: 2022/02/28
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