Wildflower Meadows

Summary information

This wildflower meadow course will equip you with the skills and knowledge to create, restore and enhance meadows, with a particular focus on chalk grassland. Whether you want to establish a mini meadow in your back garden or on a large scale, this course is for you.

Rachael Mairey will take you on a guided tour of The Sustainability Centre’s beautifully vibrant buzzing meadows and teach you how to establish and manage your own meadow effectively. The Sustainability Centre offers a unique opportunity to glimpse meadows through time: from new meadows to longer-established meadows to mature chalk grassland. You will be able to compare these and understand the differences between them.

Rachael will guide you through seed saving techniques and how to identify some of the country’s most beautiful flowers within this amazing habitat. You will get to sow a small selection of wildflower plug plants to take home and plant at a later date.
Knowledge and skills to establish, enhance and restore meadows
Effective meadow management methods
Understanding of chalk grassland
Wildflower identification skills
Seed saving techniques
Wildflower plug plants to take home and plant
Anyone who is keen to create, manage and understand wildflower meadows.

Booking and further information
Telephone number: 
01730 823166
Contact Details: 
Contact address: 
The Sustainability Centre Droxford Road, East Meon Petersfield, Hampshire GU32 1HR
Contact name: 
Polly Whyte
Dates and times
More dates and times information: 
10:00 - 16:00
24 July 2022
Rachael Mairey
Venue information
The Sustainability Centre
Droxford Road
East Meon
GU32 1HR
United Kingdom

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