Planting for Pollinators - Improving your garden for wellbeing and wildlife
Tuesday 28 June 2022
19:30 to 20:30
Our gardens can be refuges both for ourselves as well as wildlife. But how do you encourage birds and butterflies to live with you? Is putting up a bird feeder good enough? Do you need to leave nettles in your tiny yard? If you have only got space for one tree, which one should you plant for maximum interest throughout the year while helping wildlife?
Come along for a talk by RHS gardening speaker Alison Marsden to find out. She will give useful advice on how to make your garden a “good garden” - a residential garden that is environmentally kind as well as attractive to look at.
About the speaker:
Alison Marsden is the founder of Gardening by Design. She has been providing gardening advice across the South East of England, and online, for over 10 years. She has delivered over 150 talks, classes and workshops, combining horticultural science with practical experience to explain the Why as well as the How of gardening. She specialises in Gardening for Wellbeing running social and therapeutic horticulture sessions for groups including residents in care homes, hospice day therapy and Dementia Cafés but also has a deep knowledge on environmentally friendly gardening. Visit Alison’s website.
Ham library annexe
|Cost||free, but registration via Eventbrite is necessary and donations welcome|