Fruit tree Grafting and Budding

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Welcome to our seasonal one day course on fruit tree grafting and budding.

We have about a dozen fruit trees on our Micro-farm and we have now introduced some into the forest garden area. We have three varieties of apple , a pear and a mulberry tree. By our planting method we have attained lovely fruit in the second year of planting.

The course giver, Kevin Pressland, who has been in horticulture for 15 years and has worked and maintained many sites in the UK.

v/v lunch  and refreshments are included

To book please email Richard Higgins or use the booking form

Location: Well End Micro-farm is situated on the edge of Well End Village in south Hertfordshire. We are parallel to the A1 and full directions will be sent upon receipt of your payment.

This course costs £70 suitable for over 16’s

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