Grow Yourself Healthy with Adam Pasco
Tuesday 17 July 2012
Why ‘pop vitamin pills’ when you can grow your own produce packed with natural goodness. We discover how with horticulturist and award-winning journalist Adam Pasco, Editor of BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine.
Have you ever wanted to create a productive garden to feed yourself and your family, brimming with tasty fruits, salads, vegetables and herbs? Join qualified horticulturist and award-winning journalist Adam Pasco for an inspiring day of practical advice, including choosing and growing the best varieties and how to get the most from your garden. No matter what size of garden you have, Adam will show how to grow crops to contribute towards your ‘five a day’.
As Editor of BBC Gardeners’ World Magazine, a title he launched over 20 years ago, Adam is familiar for his popular ‘What To Do Now’ pages each month based on photographs from his own garden in Peterborough. With his wealth of experience on ‘growing your own’ and his knowledge of gardening organically and simply, using nature to fight pests, Adam promotes gardening in a responsible and sustainable way, whilst adapting to cope with changing weather patterns and seasonal rainfall.
As your host throughout the day, Adam will be on hand to answer all your gardening questions, helping send you home with fresh ideas to grow yourself healthy! A guided tour of the vegetable gardens at Le Manoir will enable you to see how the gardening team grows produce that finds itself on some of the dishes created in the two Michelin-starred kitchens.
The day includes:
- Morning coffee
- Talk and garden tour
- Laurent-Perrier Champagne reception with canapés
- Three-course lunch with accompanying wines
Price at £185 per person.
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