How to get free plants!
Who is this course for?
Find out how to make plants for free! Watch the tutor demonstrate propagation techniques and have a go yourself.
1. How to make more plants for free.
2. Use tools and materials.
By the end of the course you will be able to:
1. You will know how to propagate a plant.
2. You will have used tools and materials.
3. You will be able to take home your newly propagated plants.
Support and feedback
Your tutor will be there for constant help and support
Additional costs and requirements
1. A cardboard fruit tray or cardboard box you can cut down. You could ask at your local supermarket.
2. 3 newspapers.
3. Scissors and jute string.
4. A flat ended wooden rolling pin.
5. Thin Gardening gloves.
The tutor will provide appropriate compost and a range of plant material examples to propagate from.
No experience is necessary.
You may be eligible for a learner bursary if you can demonstrate that attending a course will improve your wellbeing. Eligibility is determined after a short interview with a member of our learning support team. You must be aged over 19 on 31st August 2019 and your household income below £16,009. 50p to access this fund. Contact your local centre for more details.
Will I have to do anything outside of the session?
You do not need to do anything in yourown time
About the tutor
With Deborah as your tutor, expect enthusiasm and passion for the subjects’ taught, in a calming, inclusive, fun and inspiring environment. You will have time to enjoy the creative process, learn new skills, improve your mental and physical wellbeing and gain motivation to progress and achieve your personal best.
Deborah graduated from Saint Martin’s School of Art with a BA (Hons) Degree in Graphic Design and also achieved an MA Degree in Graphic Design, at Central Saint Martin’s. She has gained many unique experiences, collaborating with other artists and designers.
Deborah is from the West Country, where she runs her own Art, Craft, Design and Horticulture business. She is a practising artist, designer and gallery owner. She has exhibited and sold art work in the South West of England, Scotland and London.
She has recently won a Gold Award for Garden Design and has created Art and Design work for the BBC and MTV. She has also worked at the Tate Gallery and the Victoria and Albert Museum. Deborah has been interviewed on BBC Radio about her creative approach to teaching courses, where she passionately promotes the creative use and benefits of sustainable materials, especially plants. Her Sketch, Sculpt and Plant Walks are multi-sensory and interactive in the natural environment. Her work transcends the boundaries of genre and media: it’s thought-provoking work about the pressing concerns of the day and is often refreshingly humorous.
Deborah has a Post Graduate Certificate in Education, from the University of London, Institute of Education, specialising in Art and Design. She is a qualified teacher of Art, Craft, Design and Horticulture. She has taught learners of all ages and abilities, for many years. She has been a Head of Art and Design. She teaches across Primary, Secondary, Alternative Provision, and Adult and Community education.