Learn how to grow plants in hotbeds with Jack First

A hotbed is a warm environment for producing early vegetables using heat generated from decomposing organic matter. Jack First, Horticulture manager at The Cellar Project has in-depth knowledge about growing plants & vegetables in hotbeds and how to get the most out of them.

Jack is running 2 courses at our allotments in Marley, near Keighley. The two dates for the courses are Friday 9 November and Friday 16 November 2012, from 10am-4pm.

Cost: only £30

This is a hands-on course where Jack will show you how to create your own hotbeds and how to get the most out of them. Come dressed in work clothing and bring a packed lunch!

To book your place on the course, call Cathy or Carol at The Cellar Project on 01274 586474 or email catherine@thecellarproject.co.uk

If you would like to meet Jack and talk to him about the course you can see him at The West Yorkshire Organic Group 23rd Annual Fruit, Flower and Vegetable Show at the Saltaire Festival where Jack will be entering his wares.