Buy FREE Seedling Swap - postponed Tickets
I am sorry to say that we have postponed this workshop due to the Coronavirus outbreak. The safety and health of our tutors, participants and community is our top priority.
This decision has not been made lightly and we are very aware of the impact that cancelling our events has on our freelance tutors, local venues and our participants. Please be assured that we are honouring our payments to tutors and venues and are looking into exciting new ways to deliver virtual workshops to our Green Squirrel community.
In order to support our local social enterprise you can still book onto the workshop to attend at a future date or purchase a gift voucher for a future workshop. If you have already purchased a ticket then you will receive further information from us via email.
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Come along to our annual community seedling swap to get yourself some free locally propagated plants and meet fellow gardeners!
Sowing seeds is so much fun; every year many of us end up with plenty of spare seedlings so here’s a chance to stop them going to waste and take home a treat for your garden. Our seedling swap events are a great chance to pick up urban gardening tips, share your skills and meet new green-fingered friends.
How does it work?
Just bring along your extra seedlings in pots or containers that you don’t mind parting with. But don’t worry if you haven’t got any seedlings to swap, we will take donations in exchange for seedlings too.
Bute Park Nursery will be our hosts again this year so you will get the opportunity to browse and purchase beautiful plants from the nursery too. You can access the nursery area either through Bute Park education centre or look for the entrance in the wall!
We will also be joined by Growing Street Talk, a project helping neighbours in Splott and Grangetown to get together to green their front gardens & streets. They will be sharing their knowledge and running a free family friendly growing activity.
We are very grateful for the support of The Community Fund.