We are looking forward to a busy autumn with new garden plans, winter vegetable sowing and perhaps some new structural ideas for the garden. What are you looking forward to?
We hope you are busy in your garden this summer but also taking the time to enjoy the fruits of your hard work. New courses for the Autumn will be posted on the website at the end of August, in the meantime keep up with the weeding and enjoy!
We have many firm favourites return this year along with new courses and garden visits. See our list of courses here.
Following a tremendous start to our new series of workshops and master classes we are taking our annual winter break. Course will resume after Easter when most of the snow has melted and the mind is focussed on the garden again. We'd like to take this opportunity to thank you for your continued support and look forward to having you join us in 2016.
We will soon launch a number of two hour morning workshops covering topics such as growing grassess, gardening with perennials, winter vegetables and small garden ideas. Watch this space for details.
Many thanks to all who joined our pop-up courses at the wonderful Jardins en Fête in Coppet in May. It was great to see so many enthusiastic amateur gardeners.
With the cold of winter now behind us and Easter fast approaching it is time to thing about gardening again. Take a look at our course list for April lots to do, lots to plan and lots to plant. Come join us.
Our first WRS Do-Club event was attended by a fantastic group all with questions about how to get gardening right in Geneva.
Students eager to learn about pruning came armed with photos of problem shrubs and trees. Under the guidance of our resident arborist, Chris Mills, they practiced with the wide range of secateurs provided by our sponsors FELCO and began to get to grips with the principles behind pruning. All agreed that the only way to improve one's skills was indeed to get out and give it a go. They all left with their own neatly pruned Buddleia Blue Chip.