Greg Malouf to give edible flowers demonstration at Petersham Nurseries

Petersham Nurseries is hosting workshops on this summer.

On 21 July, a Saturday morning container service will see customers bringing old containers to the London garden centre, choosing their plants and having them planted for free. Time: 10am - 12pm / Price: free. Only pay for the plants chosen.

On 25 July, Edible Flowers with Greg Malouf is a talk by Petersham's chef on how to make food along the lines of Petersham menu specials Rose Pannacotta and Salad-e Shiraz with Edible Flowers. Malouf will demonstrate some simple recipes and offer small tastings to all. Edible plant varieties and seeds will be available buy following the workshop. Time: 10am - 11.30am / Price: £20.00.

On 4 August, Laetitia Maklouf is the author of `The Virgin Gardener` and `Sweet Peas for Summer`. will sign copies of `Sweet Peas for Summer` following the event. Time: 11am - 12pm / Price: £5.00. Please see booking details below.

On 11 August in-house horticulturalist & florist Tom Broom will show how to plant a summer flowering terracotta container and help to create your own hanging basket to take away.

Time: 10.30am - 12pm / Price: £45.00 to including tea/coffee on arrival and all materials including hanging terracotta basket, plants and compost. Please see booking details below.

Booking details - For more information on any of these events or to book contact us on 0208 940 5230 or email Places will be reserved upon receipt of credit/debit card details. Event tickets are non-refundable.   

Future events will include topics such as, Guerrilla gardening, pruning roses, city beekeeping, container planting, fruit trees, and much more. 


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