Join us in-store in August for our FREE workshop for children where we learn all about the wonders of wildflowers
This month’s Little Seedlings content is all about the wonders of wildflowers. We’ll look at the earliest wildflowers in history, as well as the most common British wildflowers of today. We’ll learn how to “un-garden” by planting wildflowers in our garden and learn how they spread in the wild. Finally, we’ll discuss the importance of wildflowers and their many benefits to humans, animals, and the environment.
The workshop will cover:
The history of wildflowers and the oldest known wildflower
Common types of British wildflower children may be familiar with
More unknown wildflowers in the UK
Safety around wildflowers and edible plants
Growing wildflowers in your garden and ‘un-gardening’
Planting your own wildflower meadow
The anatomy of a flower and its different parts
How wildflowers are spread in the wild (pollination)
The importance and benefits of wildflowers and wild green spaces
– PLEASE NOTE:
Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.
Parents or guardians wishing to order hot drinks for the session in advance can do so during the booking process.
Dates and times for our Little Seedlings Clubs vary by store and not all stores are able to participate.
Advance booking is required with spaces booked quickly – please book early to avoid disappointment.
Where a session is shown as ‘Sold Out’ – we’re sorry, there are no more tickets available for that time.
Little Seedlings Club is currently not running at Beaconsfield, Hungerford, Keston and Thornbury