Want to have some fun whilst helping the environment at the same time?! Then why not join us on our wildflower seed ball making workshop.
Did you know that using seed bombs is a great way to reseed the landscape while teaching us all about the importance of our own native wildflowers? Colour popping wildflowers are also a wonderful way to attract bees and insects into your garden space. During our workshop you’ll be making seed bombs with different varieties of wildflowers. Each are the size of a marble made from clay, earth and seeds which can they be used to replant areas where the natural flora has been destroyed. You can even plant them in pots, at school or in your own back garden!
Come along and have some fun with seeds!
For further information contact Michelle on 07544 976838, email email@example.com or use our contact form.
Growing Gracefully Together Workshops (working in partnership with Ambition for Ageing, Rochdale)
12 weekly sessions including creating wildflower seed balls, planting spring and summer flower containers, growing herbs and lots more! Open to anyone aged 50 years or over.
Sessions are FREE and take place at Smallbridge Library, Stevenson Square, Rochdale, OL12 9SA.
Remaining sessions will take place on these dates:
Friday 3 May Friday 10 May Friday 17 May Friday 24 May Friday 31 May
Funding for this project is provided by Ambition for Ageing in Rochdale. For further information about the sessions contact Michelle on 07544 976838, email firstname.lastname@example.org or use our contact form.