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Biodynamic Gardening for Beginners 2025

£ 330 

Per person

6 Days - from 25th January - 14th June 2025

10 am - 4 pm

Don’t forget to add your menu choices.

All fresh vegetables and fruits are harvested to order, enhancing the quality of our food and minimising waste. Please confirm your menu choice for each person in your party in the 'Comments' box provided during checkout.

 Biodynamic Gardening for Beginners 2025 With Andre Tranquilini and Harry Astley

Turn your garden into a haven for nature and produce healthy food for your family and friends with our step-by-step workshops to guide you through the gardening year. Join the Biodynamic Gardening team in the delightful gardens of Waltham Place to learn the key biodynamic and organic practices that allow you to grow fruit and vegetables without the need for artificial inputs. From the first steps of planning a vegetable garden, to the final harvest of the year, we’ll offer you our expert advice and guidance.

Module 1: 25th January 2025 – Planning an Organic/Biodynamic Vegetable Garden

Main topics: Introduction to Biodynamic Gardening, Garden planning, Crop rotation and Green Manures.

Module 2: 22nd February 2025–Sowing Seeds and Plant Propagation

Main topics: The Biodynamic Planting Calendar, Open Pollinated Seeds, Potting soil recipes and Raising seedlings.

Module 3: 22nd March 2025 – Cultivation and Fertilisation

Main topics: Composting, Soil cultivation, The Horn Manure Preparation and No Dig gardening.

Module 4: 12th April 2025 – Health & Vitality: Natural Prevention of Pests & Diseases

Main topics: Natural Teas (making and application), Biodynamic Compost Preparations, The Horn Silica Preparation and Crop maintenance.

Module 5: 17th May 2025 – Appreciation and Guidance; a module for all participants to present their gardens and share their joys and challenges with the group.

Module 6: 14th June 2025 – Harvesting and Storage (including seed saving)

Main topics: Harvesting techniques for various crops, Storage and Seed Saving techniques.

£330 to include refreshments.

A small number of places are available for those on low incomes at a concessionary rate of £230. To apply contact

Waltham Place farm shop

Collection Advice

Our Books, 'A year at Waltham Place' and 'The Covid Years - Waltham Vol II' are available for collection from The Office. Our postcode is SL6 3JH. Use the gate by the red post box and park in the small car park immediately to the left.