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Learn the Basics of Prairie Plant Propagation by Division with Nick Bielby , Assistant Head Gardener


Saturday 7th October 2023 | 10:00am - 2:00pm

Learn the Basics of Prairie Plant Propagation by Division with Nick Bielby , Assistant Head Gardener
Join us in our beautiful Sussex Prairie garden for a course learning the basics of Prairie Plant Propagation- we will show you how to make plants for free!

In this course you will –

  • Gain hands on, practical experience of how to multiply and reinvigorate plants using the technique of Division.
  • Understand how to ensure your new plants will thrive
  • Learn about the many other types of propagation
  • Be able to take home some of the new plants you have created.

All tools will be provided but for your own protection, you will need to bring with you and wear gloves and safety boots for this course.

Price £60 per person including garden talk with Pauline McBride and Exclusive Garden tour with Head Gardener Paul McBride

Tutor: RHS qualified Assistant Head Gardener and Garden Manager, Nick Bielby

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Paul & Pauline McBride,
Sussex Prairie Garden

Morlands Farm, Wheatsheaf Road (B2116),
near Henfield
, West Sussex, BN5 9AT

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    1. Sussex Prairie Garden
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      Fraser BishopFraser Bishop
      10:50 11 Jul 22
      Wonderful garden well worth a visit. Great variety of plants showing so many ways of portraying a garden layout. Must comment on the great tea and cakes selection, our dog loved the doggy ice cream!
      Joan DaniellJoan Daniell
      15:13 06 Jul 22
      Beautifully planted area, in which you are encouraged to walk along paths between the plants so can be completely surrounded by foliage - a lovely effect.
      Peter WardPeter Ward
      08:40 28 Jun 22
      Beautiful garden, very relaxing, and bigger than you might think. Cafe is nice too
      Mike CleggMike Clegg
      16:07 08 Jun 22
      Tea room not brilliant nice cake but coffee in paper cup. No other options other then tea coffee and cake. Opening times short 1 to 5 but gardens beautiful