Pollinator friendly gardening (Online Course) – Kent Wildlife Trust

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30th Nov 2021
7:30pm - 9pm

Pollinators need more than flowers. To encourage them in our gardens, we must cater for all stages of their lifecycle. This interactive course will explain how – in simple easy to follow steps.  Time is included for group discussion

The session will start with a power point presentation followed by a Q & A session. Participant numbers will be restricted to a maximum of 15 to enable time for all participants to take part comfortably.

Points covered:

  • Types of pollinators & their lifecycles
  • Habitat requirements during each part of the life cycle
  • The basic principle of pollinator-friendly gardening

By the end of the course it is expected that you will:

  • Understand which animals are the main pollinators in the UK & their lifecycles
  • Understand what these animals need during the various stages of their lifecycle
  • Understand how we can cater for these needs in our gardens

Led by Maureen Rainey, RHS level 2 diploma in the principles and practice of horticulture and county organizer of the Kent Wildlife Gardening Awards since 2008. This project has now evolved into Gardening for a wilder Kent which offer workshops, open gardens & advice.

Suitable for gardeners of all levels


Online, in your home.

Phone number

01622 662012


Please make a donation in the box below to join this course and note that booking fees will be deducted from your donation amount.

Suggested donation

£5 per person

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