Fruit Tree Grafting & Pruning Workshop
Interested to learn about fruit tree grafting?
Have fruit trees that need pruning?
Come to a Grafting & Pruning Workshop by Chris Evans. You will learn about grafting and pruning and take home 2 trees you’ve grafted yourself.
You will learn how to prune and graft fruit trees. You will also take home from the day 2 trees you have grafted your self.
If you have a favorite apple tree in your garden you want to propagate, you can bring along a branch (scion) for grafting – contact Chris for details. Chris is also looking for scion of named varieties for grafting in his fruit nursery so if you need a tree pruning he is happy to exchange this work for some of the branches !
This course is suitable for anyone who wants to learn about the grafting and pruning of fruit trees. The land at Applewood is steeply sloping in places so you will need to be able to safely walk about the land.
You will need to bring:
A Packed Lunch - hot drinks will be available. A Memory Stick for course materials to be transferred on to. Any branches (scion) from your favorite tree you want to propagate.
14th March 2020 9.30 am till 4.30 pm
£45 per person which includes taking home 2 trees you’ve grafted yourself
10% discount if you bring a friend !
Who do you know that could also benefit from learning permaculture skills for life? We are offering a 10% discount on your course fee if you can bring a friend to attend the course (this offer is available any time after you book your own place, right up until the course starts).
For enquiries and booking please contact:
Chris on 01584 831195 or better still e-mail Emma
Postcode is SY8 4JG - Orleton Common (more details provided on booking)
Nearest train stations are Ludlow or Leominster
Facilitators & Venue
Chris lives at Applewood with his partner Looby and children Shanti and Teya. He has taught permaculture in the UK, Europe, Nepal, India, U.S.A. and Mexico. He is also a UK assessment level tutor for apprentices working towards their diploma in applied permaculture design with the Permaculture Association Britain.