Sea Spring Seeds – What’s Not, What’s Not Chilli Growing Courses

by Hot Juan on January 5, 2012 · 1 comment

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Place are selling out fast that the Sea Spring Seeds “What’s Hot, What’s Not with Michael Michaud” Chilli Growing Courses with the first date in February already sold out.

Sea Spring Seeds

Sea Spring Seeds

The course explores the diverse world of peppers and reveals the secrets of these unique and captivating plants. For keen gardeners looking for a new experience, they are a 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 of life.

The courses assume that participants have some gardening experience that they can build on. They mainly cover the ‘how to’ of growing, but also include other subjects, such as variety selection and harvesting. Growing in both containers and garden soil will be discussed, so no one needs to have a vegetable garden in the traditional sense to benefit from the course. Each course runs for about two and a half hours, by which time you should have learned enough to be able to successfully grow your own peppers.

‘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.

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

Details

Time: 10:30 am to 1:00 pm
Price: £20 per person.

Dates:

Saturday 11th February 2012 – FULL
Sunday 12th February 2012
Saturday 18th February 2012
Sunday 19th February 2012

For more details and to make a booking visit the Sea Spring Seeds web site.

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