Apr 19, 2021
UPDATE (Apr 30): we are fully booked for our regular spots and only have place available for people residing in one of our priority areas: Salt River, Athlone, Woodstock. Our Thursday course is fully booked and space is only available for our Wednesday class.
Through this practical course you will learn the basic principles of restoration and how to apply them to your park and own garden. This course is geared towards people who want to propagate and grow fynbos plants, and green areas within the city - be it their own garden or abandoned public space.
There will be three sessions taught:
1) What is fynbos stepping-stone restoration?
2) Growing your own fynbos - propagation workshop
3) Site prep and planting out
Cost: R200 per session
Bursaries available for people from target conservation areas in Woodstock, Salt River and Athlone.
Bursaries available for people willing to join gardening work parties in Rosebank/Mowbray on Saturdays.
There are two different groups:
Session 1: May 5
Session 2: May 12
Session 3: June 23
THURSDAY CLASS -- FULLY BOOKED, UNAVAILABLE
Session 1: May 6
Session 2: May 13
Session 3: June 24
You should care for your plants between Session 2 and 3. We will plant out during Session 3 in a public space.
The first two sessions are taught at Communitree's offices in Rosebank, Cape Town (social distancing practices will be in place). The third session will take place in a fynbos stepping stone garden within Rosebank.
Space is limited, sign up now.