Willow Obelisk & Flower

Thu 14th May 2020 to Thu 14th May 2020
Creative crafts at Burton Constable

Perfect for any garden to grow sweet peas or other climbing plants. 

In the morning you will learn how to weave your own willow obelisk and then in the afternoon you will weave a sunflower on a stick for your garden. 

 All tools are provided, but you are more than welcome to bring along your favourite pair of secateurs if you wish. 

Please bring a packed lunch or the cafe at Burton Constable offers a discounted rate for those attending the workshop.

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