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Wed, 17 Apr



Grow the POP garden April workshop

Learn how to grow flavour-giving plants sustainably from seed and help us grow plants for the new Dunoon Goes POP drinks garden.

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Grow the POP garden April workshop
Grow the POP garden April workshop

Time & Location

17 Apr 2024, 12:30 – 14:00

Dunoon, 28 Hillfoot St, Dunoon PA23 7DS, UK

About the event

About the event 

Our funders Thanks  to National Lottery players, the Heritage Lottery Fund and the  National  Lottery Community Fund, we’re running two Dunoon Goes POP  projects to  help us work towards a socially enterprising approach to  local soft  drinks production.Learn  how to grow plants from seed and meet other garden enthusiasts  as you  help us grow plants for the new Dunoon Goes POP drinks garden.

We’ll meet for three sessions and you can book for all three or just one.Wednesdays, 12.30pm to 2.30pm 27 March, 17 April and 8 May

This event booking is on 17 April 2024. You need to book for each workshop separately.

What to expect?

This will be a relaxed and practical workshop to sow some seeds for plants we’re growing for the new garden at the POP shop.

You will: Learn about the ideal growing conditions and techniques for growing plants from seed.

  • Learn how to select sustainable gardening materials and think about your impact on the planet in our changing climate.
  • Discover flavour-giving plants that are also good for wildlife.
  • Sow some seeds in a mix of trays, pots, DIY pots and using a soil blocker.
  • Learn how to care for seedlings.
  • Learn about some plants that are used in drinks-making that you could also grow in your garden.
  • Meet other local people interested in learning about gardening.
  • No experience is necessary. Bring a thin pair of gardening gloves if you have any.

Why are we making a garden?

We’re  making a new garden for Dunoon Goes POP, the soft drinks  enterprise  based at the POP shop in Dunoon. We want to bring soft  drinks production  back to Dunoon in a way that minimises our impact on  the planet and  maximises our positive impact on the community.We’ll do this by  connecting people to the fascinating heritage of  soft drinks-making  through practical workshops, growing ingredients and  gathering local  heritage stories. All workshops are free and everyone  is welcome.

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