David Hurrion - The Essential guide to Pruning (making the right cuts – get it right every time)

Location:
Hardy's Cottage Garden Plants
Date:
2nd October 2018
Time:
10:30am-12:30pm
Price:
£25.00
Description

The Essential Guide to Pruning

Whether you’re new to gardening or a green-fingered pro, pruning presents plenty of challenges. But with the right cuts at the right time, you can get the most from your plants and stop them outgrowing their welcome. So whether it’s pruning roses, wisteria, fruit or a whole host of spring- and summer-flowering shrubs, David Hurrion will share his tips on getting it right every time.

 

David started gardening as a young child and has been growing plants for more than 40 years. He has worked in gardens and nurseries, growing on a range of different soils and in different types of microclimate. His extensive knowledge and practical experience of plants, crops and growing techniques is founded on a thorough botanical and scientific training, complemented by an in-depth understanding of garden design, wildlife, geology and climatology.

He also trained as a teacher and has taught a huge diversity of subjects from botany, soil science and plant identification, to propagation, garden design and crop production, and from City & Guilds through to Degree level. He is also a popular speaker with local gardening groups.

As a journalist, David has spent more than 20 years writing for and editing the nation’s crop of garden magazines, currently as Associate Editor for BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine. He has also written for a number of websites and appeared both as a regular contributor and an expert commentator on TV and radio.

David is a popular figure in the horticultural world, well liked and respected for his knowledge by nurserymen, professional gardeners, journalists and the gardening public. He has designed, built and planted show gardens and display stands at most of the major garden shows in the UK, including the world famous Chelsea Flower Show, and is now a Designate Judge for the Royal Horticultural Society.

He has also travelled to every continent, with the exception of Antarctica, to discover plants and gardens, both independently and on more than 50 trips accompanying groups of gardeners.

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