Time & Location
28 May 2022, 10:00 – 14:00
Langdon Court, Seasalter Road, Goodnestone, Faversham ME13 9DA, UK
About the event
In these days we all realise how vital our trees are, and many of us are taking action by planting one in our own gardens. But how to plant them properly? And how to make sure they get the best start in life and care for them so they grow up healthy and strong? Trees have an amazing relationship with not only each other, but the wider environment. Amazing things happen underground, where there is an important connection between the soil, roots and fungi, that if wasn’t there, it is arguable there wouldn’t be life on earth today. This workshop will not only cover practical issues such as positioning, planting, staking, feeding and watering, it will also increase your understanding of the wonderful wood-wide web beneath our feet.
Workshop Facilitator - Chris Williams from Edibleculture
Chris Williams grew up in Faversham and has lived in Faversham since, currently living in the centre of town. Chris has always had a great interest in local issues and loves being part of the community, working with young people and is an active environmental campaigner. Chris went to the University of Greenwich studying Horticulture which has shaped his career since, including working at Brogdale (The National Fruit Collection) for many years, where he was involved in pruning, planting, and growing fruit trees. Chris is now running his own business, Edibleculture, based in Faversham, which is a specialist horticulture business, growing a large range of edible plants and championing plastic, peat, and pesticide free selling. Education, environmental issues and the supporting of local businesses has always been an integral part of his working life and business.