Archives for March 2010

Gardening Courses

Whether you are looking to enhance your gardening skills or for a complete change in career, there are many options available. We have listed a few of the courses available from basic gardening skills to RHS certificates and degrees. ACS Distance Education Correspondence, online and e.learning … [Read more...]



Event Speaking

Gardening For Health regularly give presentations for events, gardening clubs and horticultural colleges. Maureen Flett, Clinical Director of The Sport and Performing Arts Injury Clinic, originally trained as a Sports Therapist, specialising in human biomechanics and spinal injuries. She … [Read more...]



Sunflowers for Uplifting Colour

Colour affects our mood and shades from yellow through red have an uplifting effect on our spirits. Few plants can be more rewarding or easy to grow than sunflowers. Traditional sunflowers can be tall, Growing to heights of  4 - 6 ft but developments in cultivation now gives us blooms of 2 -3 … [Read more...]



Gardening for the Soul

If you enjoy gardening but either don't have your own or would like to contribute your skills to a good cause, then consider your local church yard. The churchyard plays an important role in conservation. They are often home to wild animals such as squirrels, bats, foxes, hedgehogs and … [Read more...]



Booths Schools Competition

Booths has launched a Grow Your Own competition for local schools that will give pupils the chance to sell their home grown produce in one of its stores. For the first time, the winner of the regional retailer’s annual school gardening contest will become an official supplier to its local Booths … [Read more...]



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