Gardening for Wildlife Talk

Gardening for Wildlife Talk

12th Jul


Due to guest speaker illness we have had to cancel this evenings Wildlife Gardening Talk at the Countryside Centre.

We are really sorry for any inconvenience caused and will be refunding any tickets that have been pre-booked online.

Hopefully we can reschedule at a later date, keep an eye out on social media for a future date.

Our gardens have the potential to provide habitats, food and water for lots of insects, animals and birds. Join us at the Braunton Countryside Centre for a talk with Alexander Paines from RHS Rosemoor.
As a professional horticulturalist, Alex maintains the lakeside and underpass area at RHS Rosemoor with a focus on improving biodiversity and sustainability. A keen advocate of greener practices, Alex is involved both at Rosemoor and across the RHS in the move towards more ecologically friendly garden practices.
The talk will cover the key concepts and ideas behind gardening for wildlife, which can be applied to any garden, as well as an insight into techniques to make your garden work for both you and nature.