Online Gardening Course – Summer

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Online Gardening Course – Summer

The Online Gardening Course – Summer is now available for booking.  Even if we have already filmed a couple of sessions you can still avail of the course.  We will send you the first videos so you can catch up.

Duration:

5 sessions (45 minutes each) from mid May to early October.

The 5 weekly sessions will take place in the Community Gardens in Bundoran and Assumpta will join me again and will keep everything well organised.

Content:

This is a very practical course and is aimed at complete beginners and more advanced gardeners alike.

Moreover, it is a continuation of the spring course and will show how to sow, grow and care for a wide range of vegetables in your garden both outdoors and in the greenhouse.

Additionally, you’ll see the progress of the tomatoes, cucumbers and peppers in the greenhouse.  We’ll show how to side-shoot tomatoes and cucumbers and how to look after a wide range of crops such as salads, broad beans, peas, courgettes, onions, garlic, shallots, carrots, beetroot, parsnips and lots more.  Furthermore, there will also be a session on what can be sown in summer. Also we will cover how to harvest and store your root vegetables.

Dates:

Here are the dates for the Online Gardening Course – Summer.  A link will be sent to you for each date.  Don’t worry if you can’t watch the videos on the date of release – you can watch them at any time that suits you.

28th May

11th June

9th July

10th September

8th October

 

Each session of the Online Gardening Course – Summer  is about 45 minutes long. We film each session live during the week.  It is sent to view the following Saturday via video link.

Additionally, any questions can be emailed to me on this dedicated email address klauscourse@gmail.com

I hope you’ll enjoy the course,

Happy Gardening,

Klaus

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