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Recording from the Trained fruit-webinar

Our Trained Fruit in Historic Kitchen Gardens-webinar took place on the 15th of March. If you missed it or want to see it again, the recording is now available on our YouTube channel GardenConservation.eu.

The speakers shared their expertise on trained fruit with these perspectives:
– The importance of wall fruit in the history of kitchen gardens, by Susan Campbell, Walled Kitchen Garden Network
– Exploiting microclimates for a wide range of fruit: how a new design utilises historic knowledge to react to affects of climate change, by Andy Lewis, The Newt, Somerset
– Fruit growing as an art form, by Hilary Theaker, Hampton Court
– Walls, wires, tags and trellises, by Ceridwen Davies, Dyffryn Gardens, National Trust
Choice of cultivars and rootstocks. Pruning Lorette v. modified Lorette, by Jim Arbury, RHS Horticultural Specialist, Wisley Gardens
Indoor trained fruit: peaches, grapes and figs, by Mick Brown and his team Production Garden Manager, Chatsworth Gardens
Fruit growing in Community settings: training people to train fruit, by Hervé Mauclère, Yvette Vallée  Community Orchard

We hope you will join some of our activities also in the future. Maybe a webinar in the Winter-season and practical workshops in the other seasons will be interesting to you.

Follow us at our website (gardenconservation.eu), YouTube, Facebook and Instagram for more information about these activities.


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