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Basics of Winter Planting Workshop
October 11 @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Have you ever wondered what kind of plants grow well with each other? Or perhaps how much space the roots of a plant requires? Maybe you are wondering when you can plant your next cauliflower or spinach? So many questions pop up at the beginning of new planting seasons.
Each living organism lives in a symbiotic relationship with the other – plants, insects, animals, grasses, sub-soil microbes, subterranean fungi.
The Basics of Winter Planting workshop with Edible Routes is an opportunity to learn all about growth cycle and characteristics of winter plants. This session is for you if you want to start a kitchen garden or make it more lush and happy or simply want some expert tips about growing plants.
This is the second session of the 4-part series: “My Edible Winter Kitchen”. Through this series, you will delve into individual aspects of kitchen garden maintenance and build a strong connection to your plants.
Learn all about:
– Plant and root characteristics – optimal use of space
– Sowing plants for winters
– Companion planting
– Succession planting
Date: Sunday, 11th October, 2020
Time: 11 am – 12:30 pm
Facilitator: Julie Nabanita Bajaj
Recording available: @599/-
All 4 live workshops session – “My Edible Winter Garden”: @1499/-
Recordings of “My Edible Winter Garden”: @1999/-
Participants will get the Webinarjam link to each session, the schedule to send the link is fixed on Saturday, 10th October at 9 pm (day before the webinar) and on Sunday, 11th October 9 am ( on the day of the webinar).
About the Facilitator:
Nabanita or as she is fondly known ‘Julie’ has been passionate about gardening since childhood. From a family of avid kitchen gardeners, she grew up watching her Permaculturist father in action. A firm believer of bringing people together through gardening she oversees many things at Edible Routes including supervising kitchen garden operations, the planting division,workshops and farmlet management.
She received her Permaculture Design certificate from Narssana Koppula, the pioneer of Indian Permaculture in November 2016 and her Advanced Permaculture Design Skills, Mapping to Scale and Landscape Graphics from Raya Cole in December, 2017.
She was invited as a resource person to train women self help groups in Majuli island, Assam and by the Northeast Rural Livelihood Project (NERLP) to train hill farmers in Nagaland in 2017.
Any queries? Contact us here: https://bit.ly/contact-Edible-Routes