Talks by Rebecca
Talks on offer now:
Gardening for Wildlife: ‘Don’t Cut it Down’
How to encourage wildlife into your garden. Based on a year in Rebecca’s garden at Tuckers Farmhouse. (And it doesn’t have to look a mess to be good for nature! )
‘Grow It, Cook It, Eat It’
This talk is based on Rebecca’s very small small-holding and her articles for Amateur Gardening Magazine and BBC Somerset, Rebecca talks about what you can produce from a small area to cook and eat.
All Gardens Great and Small – based on Rebecca’s tv series for HTV and Discovery.
From the great and the grand to the small and the private, take a tour around fascinating gardens of the West Country and meet the owners. Also get some behind the scenes insights into the making of the programmes.
The Hidden Garden of Hestercombe
Rebecca has worked for the Hestercombe Gardens Trust for many years. She shares with you the dramatic story of these historic gardens and the restoration that has transformed them into the spectacular gardens you see today.
Be transported around Britain via some of its most unusual, beautiful and intriguing gardens. Meet the people behind the gardens and find out what drew tv presenter and producer, Rebecca Pow to choose to film them for some of her acclaimed gardening programmes for Channel 4, Discovery and HTV. (At the same time find out what goes on behind the scenes during the making of a tv programme!)
From Muck to Marigolds new talk for 2012
Follow Rebecca’s exploits from her farming roots, to becoming a Farming Today radio presenter; the first environmental correspondent on tv and then a presenter and producer of gardening tv programmes. This eventually led to her opening her own garden to the public! Meet the hens, pigs, and sheep she writes about discover how she made her fruit garden, veg patch and cutting garden - it’s a warts and all approach! Sample this talk LIVE on http://kaysway.org/pfcrebeccapow.htm
Grow Your Own Cutting Garden
New Talk for 2013 based on Rebecca’s own experiences in her garden.
From seed selection, to sowing, tending, cutting and ultimately arranging. Find out how to master the art of the hand tied bunch too! So simple anyone could have a go. Featured in Kitchen Garden, Amateur Gardening and Country Homes and Interiors magazines.