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Pollinator friendly gardening (Online Course)

Location: Online, In your home
Fully booked
ONLINE COURSE - Learn how to encourage pollinators into your garden

Event details

Meeting point

Online session, hosted by Maureen Rainey, organiser of Kent’s Wilder Gardens scheme (joining instructions will be emailed two days before the event)


7.30 – 9pm
A static map of Pollinator friendly gardening (Online Course)

About the event

Pollinators need more than flowers. To encourage them in our gardens, we must cater for all stages of their lifecycle. This interactive course will explain how - in simple easy to follow steps.  Time is included for group discussion

The session will start with a power point presentation followed by a Q & A session. Participant numbers will be restricted to a maximum of 15 to enable time for all participants to take part comfortably.

Points covered:

  • Types of pollinators & their lifecycles
  • Habitat requirements during each part of life cycle
  • Basic principle of pollinator friendly gardening

By the end of the course it is expected that you will:

  • Understand which animals are the main pollinators in the UK & their lifecycles
  • Understand what these animals need during the various stages of their lifecycle
  • Understand how we can cater for these needs in our gardens

Led by Maureen Rainey- organiser of Kent’s Wild about Gardens scheme (now renamed as Gardening for a Wilder Kent) since 2008. RHS level 2 diploma in the principles and practice of horticulture.

Suitable for gardeners of all levels

This course is now fully booked but you can add your name to the waiting list by clicking on the orange 'Join Waitlist' button further down this page. 


Phone number

01622 662012


Please make a donation in the box below to join this course and note that booking fees will be deducted from your donation amount.

Suggested donation

£5 per person

Know before you go


Online course

Contact us

Jill Evington
Contact number: 01622 662012