Courses for growing chillies and peppers with Michael Michaud

by Hot Juan on March 21, 2011 · 0 comments

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Joy and Michael Michaud

"What’s hot, what’s not" with Michael & Joy Michaud ...

Why not visit Sea Spring Plants down on the Dorset coast and take a course on growing chillies and peppers. Led by one of our contributors and well know pepper expert, Michael Michaud, ‘What’s hot, what’s not’ is a gardening course that explores the diverse world of peppers and reveals the secrets of these unique and captivating plants. For keen gardeners looking for a new experience, this is the chance to discover the scorchingly hot chilli peppers used by Bangladeshis, Mexicans and West Indians; the gentle sweet peppers perfect for stuffing and frying; and the in-between kinds that give ordinary dishes a new lease on life.

The course mainly covers the “how to” of growing, but also includes other subjects such as variety selection and harvesting. It will run for about two hours, by which time you should have learned enough to grow peppers in your own garden.

‘What’s Hot, What’s Not’ assumes that participants have some gardening experience that they can build on. It will cover growing in both containers and garden soil, so no one needs to have a vegetable garden in the traditional sense to benefit from this course.

The course will be conducted at Sea Spring Farm. It will take place solely in our unheated tunnels and greenhouse, irrespective of the weather. So dress accordingly, and come prepared to learn.


  • Dates: 10th and 23rd August 2011
  • Time: 10:30 am to 1:00 pm
  • Price: £20 per person.

You can book on their we site book early as  places are limited..

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