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Sally Gregson has followed a varied career in horticulture after training professionally as a mature student at Hadlow College in Kent. She initially worked as propagator for a small nursery near Sevenoaks specialising in shrubs and perennials for flower arranging and for the acid soils of the Kentish Weald around the nursery.
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One of the original grower/florists who were part of the revival of using British grown flowers. I was included in the Independent newspaper's list of top 50 florists, I am a BBC Lincolnshire garden expert and I was featured in the first series of the BBC's Great British Garden Revival. I have been featured in numerous national garden and lifestyle publications such as Radio 4. As one of the original grower/florists who were part of the revival of using British grown flowers in floristry, I use my extensive experience to run many courses on floristry and gardening at Doddington Hall, RHS Harlow Carr, Welbeck School of Artsian Food, the Chelsea Physic Garden and with MyGardenSchool.
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Himalaya is a mountain range in the Indian subcontinent, which separates the Indo-Gangetic Plain from the Tibetan Plateau.

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Himalaya is a mountain range in the Indian subcontinent, which separates the Indo-Gangetic Plain from the Tibetan Plateau.

  • Course suitable for all abilities
  • Woodland and other shade environments
  • How to draw up your plan
  • Recommended plants
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Hi Рейmalaya is a mountain range in the Indian subcontinent, which separates the Indo-Gangetic Plain from the Tibetan Plateau.

  • Course suitable for all abilities
  • Understand the effect scent has on the brain
  • Designing for maximum fragrance
  • Which plants to choose
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This teaching video takes Dr Noel Kingsbury, who has known and has helped interpret his work for over twenty years on a tour of the Oudolf family garden at Hummelo, with Piet. They will discuss plants and plant combinations, before going inside to Piet's studio to look at planting plans and some pictures of the garden at Hummelo at different times of year. Shot in September, the high point of the garden year at Hummelo, viewing will concentrate on identifying those elements of structure, texture, form and colour which are so characteristic of Oudolf planting style.

The video will be accompanied by four assignments which are aimed at encouraging viewers to go out and look at the plants that grow around them, to help them look at plants and planting "the Oudolf way". The idea is that wherever you are in the world, nature has beautiful and long-lasting plants which are potential garden and landscape plants - it is up to you to identify, seek them out and use them. Evaluation of assignments will be done by Noel, whose links with garden people across the world give him a uniquely global perspective.

1. Plant Structure With guidance and personal feedback from Noel on this first project you will orientate yourself with plants which have good and distinctive structure: flower heads, seed heads, foliage, or the shape of the plant overall.

2. Plant Combinations Having focused on the individual structure of varying plants during the first project you will now start to consider effective combinations of both structure and texture.

3. Considering Seasonality Now it is time to plan a seasonal calendar for the plants combinations, considering for how long they hold their good structure, and important consideration in any design.

4. Plant Suggestions For Your Region Lastly, a time to focus on the plants most suitable for your region considering: Repeating elements; scatter plants (i.e. plants with a short season of impact, relatively inconspicuous before and after their period of performance); and matrix plants, (i.e. plants which can be used to cover most of the ground in a planting, and act as a backdrop for more prominent species).

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Старт 27 февраля
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Gardening in shade is often considered both difficult and undesirable. Historically garden sites were 'cleared' of trees before a garden was created. But things have changed. All at once the sun's rays are considered harmful and a shady retreat from the midday glare seems more restful and relaxing. So a garden already full of trees is a blessing.

Trees are easy to fell but take much longer to grow. However there are plenty of small garden trees that create that luminous dappled shade within ten years. Or you could construct a pergola or a tunnel for more instant shade. Walking through its dusky dimness will give you a frisson on a hot sunny day, and sitting under a tree or in an arbour is more comfortable than cooking in the broad sunlight.

In many small town gardens the walls are high and cut out a lot of light especially in winter. Quite often the soil is compacted, and sour and the ground is stagnant. Treating the soil first before changing the planting, and the layout will refresh the soil nutrients and instantly give the whole area a lift.

This course aims to show you the potential for creating a restful, calming sanctuary from the mad world outside: somewhere you can sit at ease for as long as you like, where the birds will feed and nest, and a home for a wide selection of some of the most beautiful plants in the horticultural canon.

Learning outcome:

'Gardening in Shade' will take you through the steps of preparing the site, and designing the area and creating a 'mood', and finally finishing it off and outlining what maintenance it requires. You will be helped to analyse your garden's conditions, choose the right plants, and to plant and maintain them. It should thereafter only need the minimum upkeep.

Each week we will look at two different planting solutions for different aspects of shade, from woodland gardens through to a north facing walls and everything in between.

  • 1. Preparation In this first lesson we will examine different types of shade –Woodland shade under existing trees, - what trees could grow quickly to create a 'woodland' –Shade cast by fences, walls where the sky is open above, but the planting faces north-facing –Or indeed a mixture of both You will understand how to choose plants that suit the soil be it dry or heavy and damp; acid or alkaline; and whether the site is susceptible to frost or not. We will work out the usage of the area, whether it encompasses pathways, assessing cost and sourcing suitable plants. We will look specifically at planting plans for open shade with no direct sunlight

  • 2. Design and Materials In lesson 2 we will look at simple methods of drawing up a plan on graph paper and how to position existing features, such as trees, on the plan. We will look at materials for paths and how to deal with differing levels of ground. We will look at methods of how to create shade without trees, for example pergolas, tunnels, fences and walls and looking at how to maintain them. In this lesson we will also cover how best to choose statuary, containers, seats and sitting areas and how to maintain a shady area and prevent weeds. Finally we will look at Planting plans for north facing walls. What to plant and how to prepare the soil for the best results.

  • 3. Designing and Choosing Plants In this lesson together we will work out where any path should run, considering different aspects of the garden. We will look at raising the crown of existing mature shrubs and trees. Starting with the winter bones of the garden, you will learn how to choose suitable plants for shade to suit all different soil kinds - dry or damp, acid or alkaline, and where to source them. We will cover a number of suggestions of suitable plants – trees, shrubs, perennials, bulbs and spring ephemera to create a layered effect. This week we will look specifically at planting plans for woodland gardens.

  • 4. Planting and Finishing Off In this lesson we will look at preparing the site for planting, removing weeds and levelling the soil. How best to space the plants out on the ground, digging the hole, adding organic matter and when and how often to water. You will learn about common pests and how to deal with them and finally how to cut down the herbaceous growth in winter. We will see numerous examples of shady gardens for inspiration. In this final week we will look at planting plans for dry shady borders under trees

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Suitable for all abilities
Scent has a powerful effect on emotion and mood and a fragrant garden can be a means to health, well-being and pleasure. This four week course covers how we perceive scent and how it can directly affect not only our mood but our physiology. This knowledge can then can be used to good effect in our gardens. If we want somewhere to relax and de-stress or if we want an outside work space where we can be refreshed and invigorated, then there is a plant to fill the brief.

  • 1. Lesson 1 In this lecture you will understand the science behind scent, and the effect it has on the brain. Scent has a hugely beneficial effect on our mood and behavior, but it is difficult to classify and describe scent. In this session we will learn about how our sense of smell works, how we interpret scent and factors that affect our response and the beneficial effects that scent has on our physiology.

  • 2. Lesson 2 Scent is often overlooked when gardens are designed. In this session we will discuss how gardens or part of a garden can be designed to maximise the effect of fragrant plants in a garden. We will consider very basic design principles, and think about how we can best ensure that scent is considered at every layer. We will also cover special considerations for scented gardens.

  • 3. Lesson 3 The choice of scented plants is not just confined to the herbaceous border. In this lesson we will consider how vital structures like hedges, climbers and trees can add structure to a garden as well as introducing different layers of scent.

  • 4. Lesson 4 The really pretty stuff! In this session we will consider fragrant perennials, annuals and biennials, bulbs, herbs and roses. We will discuss which ones are best for scent and how to get the best out of your plants as well as tips on propagating.

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