Garden courses

Create your own topiary with James Crebbin-Bailey

Ref: S1D09676

Beginners/Intermediate

£163.00
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About this course


Enjoy a talk about the history of topiary and a practical demonstration on cutting techniques, followed by a hands-on workshop to create your own topiary to take away.

Course Description

Gain inspiration for topiary in garden settings, from embryo plans to finished topiary, and take home tips on care and maintenance. James will demonstrate his cutting techniques and explain about the short cuts to creating strong shapes. Followed by a hands-on workshop to create your own topiary to take away.

Timetable

Timetable for one day courses

Students should arrive by 9am for registration.

Classes are from 9.15 - 5pm

Lunch is included.

Course Materials

Included

  • A plant for you to create your topiary specimen is included.

What students need to bring

  • A notebook and pens/pencils
  • A pair of secateurs and gloves
  • Outdoor clothing and boots/shoes suitable for wet weather and working outdoors
Please note: Please arrive for registration and coffee at the College (the main house) by 9am. The group will make a short walk through the walled garden to the Auditorium, where the course is based at 9.05am. The Auditorium can also be accessed by vehicle using the garden entrance, after registration. You will return to the main house for lunch, while morning coffee and afternoon tea will be served near the Auditorium.

Tutors

James Crebbin-Bailey

James is recognised as a specialist in Sculptural Topiary, creating new and innovative shapes, as well as classical Topiary designs.

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