** Sadly all Workshops at the Welelda Garden have been postponed until the end of August, in response to UK Government Coronavirus guidelines. **
** Please check back direct with Weleda UK nearer the time for updates about the status of events from September onwards. **
This series of workshops at Weleda offers many different opportunities to help you deepen your own personal connection to nature and develop a sense of wonder and reverence towards her.
For far too long humanity’s relationship to nature has been one of separation and exploitation. But it’s becoming increasingly urgent for us to realise that we are part of nature, not separate from her.
What we do to the natural world we do to ourselves.
For a full list of all the inspiring courses taking place click here
Biodynamic Gardening enriches the garden and gardener alike.
Where: The Garden Room, Weleda UK Ltd, Heanor Road, Ilkeston, DE7 8DR
Cost: £50 FFI and to book your place online click here
This one-day workshop will introduce you to the main principles and practices of biodynamic gardening and show you how simple and beneficial it is to incorporate this holistic approach into your own garden or allotment.
You will learn:
• How to use and apply the horn manure and silica prep
• How to use a moon planting calendar
• The importance of understanding your soil as a living organ
• How to make biodynamic compost using the compost preparations.
Claire Hattersley has 22 years of experience as a biodynamic gardener at Weleda.
Communicating with the world of Nature Spirits and Elementals – with Susan Raven – 29th -30th May 2020
Plant encounters: Chamomile with Michael Bate – 5th June 2020
Gardening with Nature with Stuart Greenaway and Alistair Clark 19th June 2020
Plant encounters: Calendula with Michael Bate – 3rd July 2020
Weleda Gardens Open Day – Sunday 12 July 2020
The Field, Hassock Lane, Heanor, Derbyshire, DE75 7JH A rare opportunity to visit our private gardens and wildflower meadow to get an insight into the plants that are at the heart of our products. Come along and learn all about Derbyshire Wildlife Trust too.
Profits go to support the work of Derbyshire Wildlife Trust and local initiatives.
Plant Communication: An introduction with Emma and Davyd Farrell – 24th July 2020
Plant encounters: The Umbellifer family with Michael Bate
31st July 2020
Plant encounters: Echinacea with Michael Bate 7th August 2020
The Wonderful World of Weleda with the Weleda team 28th August 2020
Plant encounters: The Four-Fold plant with Michael Bate 4th September 2020
The Ever-Living Fire with Jonathan Code 18th September 2020