Planning & Designing a Cottage Garden to Attract Wildlife Workshop

1 April, 2021 - 1 April, 2021
@ Beetham Nurseries

Planning & Designing - Making the Most of Your Garden Workshop

Thursday 1st April 2021

10am - 3pm

£45 per person

How to plan & design a cottage garden for long term colour & interest. The workshop will include hardy plant suggestions for borders with a focus on plants to attract wildlife through the seasons.

It will illustrate the benefits of wildlife gardening & include an introduction to companion planting & utilising this as a natural method of combatting pests & diseases. The last 30 minutes of the workshop will allow for summary, round up and Q&A. 

All you need to bring with you on the day is a notebook & pen. You will be given handouts relevant to the talks to take home. There will be lots of opportunities during the day to handle the plants & materials referred to during the sessions. This workshop is very interactive and, at any point during the day, you can ask questions relating to your own gardens.

Lunch and refreshments included. Please advise of dietary requirements upon booking.

Tickets will be posted out either by Royal Mail First Class post or Parcel Courier with a Christmas branded envelope for you to give to a loved one should it be a gift. You can also opt for Click & Collect free of charge and collect your tickets next time you're in store.

Each workshop ticket doubles as a 10% discount voucher to spend on the day of the workshop. This will be valid across the Garden Centre (please note the voucher will not be valid in The Garden Cafe or The Food Hall) so be sure to make the most of your time here! 

Shop tickets online, click here.


The health and safety of our customers and team remains our top priority. A maximum of 12 people will be in attendance at any workshop (plus the workshop host) to ensure safe distancing.

All workshops will have tools and materials (where required) set out individually meaning those in attendance do not need to share or cross paths. Masks must be worn at all times when attending a workshop, except when eating or drinking. 

The event space will be fully cleaned prior to each event meaning all areas will be sanitised and ready to be used. 


Should Beetham Nurseries need to cancel any events due to the Covid-19 pandemic, each attendee will be contacted directly and a full refund will be given to all of those who have booked to attend.

All tickets purchased are non-refundable.

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