18 January 2021 By Kitty Yarrow
Whilst we didn’t all wake up on January 1st and find ourselves facing a new year with lots of events and face to face contact that we have so been craving, we are here to tell you all is not lost! As we wait for the world to sort itself out, we are here to provide a plethora of virtual events. From garden design tips, growing advice, and interactive quizzes, there is something for everyone to enjoy and get involved with.
Virtual Quiz with Ann-Marie Powell
The effervescent and fabulous Ann-Marie Powell is joining us on Wednesday 20 January for a virtual quiz on all things gardening. Hosting the event exclusively for Alitex, this quiz is in aid of the Greenfinger’s Charity, a charity that does amazing work to support children in hospice care.
The quiz also pre-empts the release of the My Real Garden book, written by Ann-Marie Powell herself and Tamsin Westhorpe, and filled with top tips, advice and anecdotes from gardeners all over the world. Find out more about how the book came to be.
Book your space on this event here.
KICK START YOUR GROWING SEASON WITH JULIA PARKER
Back by popular demand, Julia of Parker’s Patch offers brilliant virtual workshops that you can grow along to. What better way to learn than getting hands on? This workshop will cover top tips for sowing those cucumbers and tomatoes and starting them off in the greenhouse, as well as covering the process of chitting your potatoes.
Discover some of Julia’s previous online workshops. Register for February's workshop.
GARDEN DESIGN PROCESS PART 2 – PLANTING WITH ANNIE GUILFOYLE
Garden Designer and lecturer, Annie Guilfoyle has years of knowledge and experience in creating beautiful gardens. In the last session, Annie covered layout and the design aspects of your garden projects; finding solutions for smaller gardens and things to contemplate when beginning. This time, Annie will be touching on planting schemes. Whether you are a complete beginner or just need some excellent inspiration, this webinar will be filled with expert advice.
Register for free in advance and catch up on the previous session.