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A new season begins....

Hello everyone,

It's a thrilling prospect:  moving from one season to the next.  While cucumbers and runner beans hang overhead, soil is prepared for the new season's seed and seedlings to be planted out.  There will be much for us to demonstrate and for you to learn, at our INTRODUCTION TO KITCHEN GARDENING AUTUMN/WINTER, on SATURDAY 23 MARCH.  Just in perfect time to prepare you for an Easter of good gardening!

Our Kitchen Gardening Days are specifically tailored to those who yearn to grow their own organic produce, on a domestic scale.  The Kitchen Garden at Glenmore is laid out in such a way to make it easy for you to grasp the basics - from the different groups of veg, to crop rotation and companion planting (as well as clearly defining possible design alternatives for your own Kitchen Garden). Along the way, we will share our tips on everything from making compost to saving seed, and the myriad relevant topics that organic Kitchen Gardening encompasses.

Although we have newcomers on most of our Kitchen Gardening Days, everyone is welcome on any given day.  It's never too late to start and NOW is the perfect month to take the plunge! Or to revise.  For further details and to make a booking, please click here.  Or if you have any questions, don't hesitate to contact me.

I am SO sorry that many of you missed out on a place at Stefano Manfredi's Cooking Day in May.  I'll just have to try & persuade him to do another!  In the meantime, I do have just 2 places left at next week's 'Cake Baking Day'.  So team up with a mate & join me for a lot of fun.....we will definitely be eating cake!

Best wishes

Mickey


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