Willow Weaving Workshop

February 8, 2020 @ 9:30 am
Marlay Park
Grange Road
Dublin 16

Willow Weaving with Annmarie Bowring

There are thousands of willow varieties that grow worldwide ranging from Arctic willows only a few inches tall to those which have been developed for biomass fuel that can grow over 12ft. in a year.

At this workshop, we will make decorative plant supports, learn how to make a Fedge and a Willow braided Belgian tree.

Annmarie Bowring runs Dalkey Garden School in her beautiful garden in Dalkey. She has qualifications in horticulture and in Garden design and has won awards for her gardens in Bloom. She is passionate about sustainable gardening and making a difference in our environment.

Members €20 on production of valid RHSI membership card.
Non Members €25 Non-Member Booking Link    Member Booking Link

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