Educationals

A series of educationals are being organised at Cecil Sharp House.

Cecil Sharp House garden is part of the permaculture LAND (Learning And Network Demonstration) network of permaculture sites set up to show permaculture in practice, and is a Capital Growth Training Hub. For more information about the LAND project see the website

 


Gardening with Nature training sessions in the Cecil Sharp House garden:

We are organising a series of training sessions taking place through the year for people who want to learn more about plants and the practicalities of taking care of them in a permaculture garden. Click here to see details of the sessions.


Permablitz London Design Guild

Help design a permablitz and see it put into practice!
Starting Monday 4th June 2018, 7pm-9pm (for 8 Monday evenings)
Cecil Sharp House, 2 Regent’s Park Road, NW1 7AY

Permaculture designers from Permablitz London are holding a series of eight sessions, every Monday from Monday 4th June until Monday 23rd July to help with designs for future permablitzes that will take place at a variety of sites across London.

All welcome: suitable for experienced designers, gardeners and complete beginners. You need to book a place if you would like to come along by emailing us at .


 

 

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Next Events

  1. Creating plants for the future – taking semi-ripe cuttings

    June 27 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
  2. Cecil Sharp House permablitz

    July 15 @ 10:00 am - 5:30 pm

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Contact us to find out about the next permablitzes, and join the mailing list above. Email to let us know you want to come along to one.
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Perma-Blitz

Perma – from permaculture, a design system for sustainable living. A permablitz is organised to implement a permaculture design. Blitz – is the German word for a lightning strike. A permablitz involves the focused application of energy to install part of a permaculture system. When lightning strikes it heats the air around it making the nitrogen in the air absorbable in water. So the nitrogen dissolves in the rain, which fertilizes the ground where it falls. This is just what a permablitz is designed to do: create a fertile soil where plants can grow.