What you will do
1.5 hour class
Wonder why your herbs always die on you? Are you keen to stop buying small packets of imported herbs and grow your own fresh and ready to harvest whenever you want? Want to know what else you can do with your herbs aside from cooking with them?
Violet from Superb Herbs will teach you how to grow herbs successfully at home, plant up your very own mixed herb planter and sample some of the herby cocktails that can be made with your harvest. Whilst dishing out plenty of lush tasters, Violet will share her practical advice for growing healthy herbs and reveal some of her favourites for cooking, cocktails and home beauty.
You’ll get to choose up to three herbs for your new planter and, with plenty of guidance, plant up your bespoke pot to take your herb garden to the next level.
- A bespoke 23cm terracotta herb planter (example pictured above)
- A Superb Herbs tote bag to carry it home in
- Plenty of tasters, herb-infused cocktails and liqueurs (including Sage Martini, Scented Pelargonium Vodka and Lemon Balm Liqueur)
- Herb growing tips and recipes in a take away information booklet
- 10% off voucher for your next purchase at Superb Herbs
About Superb Herbs:
Superb offers a wide range of pre-potted up, and pick and mix herbs, with plenty of room to grow and thrive. It was founded by Violet, a Hackney based gardener and herb enthusiast. She’s passionate about herbs and loves promoting the fascinating stories behind this versatile group of plants.
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We ensure quality. If your class doesn't reach your expectations, we'll give your money back.
About your host, Botanical Boys
Ben and Daz of The Botanical Boys began their journey in 2009 when they took over a terraced garden in London Fields with a Japanese & formal English segments. Having no gardening experience prior, they really got stuck in and become members of the National Garden Scheme and opened up the space to the public for charity every year. They were selected for a spot on the BBC Great British Garden Revival program in May 2015 and were featured in a number of books and publications.
After a few assignments and holiday trips to South Africa and California it was succulents and their ability to be used in many structural forms, as with their sculpted Japanese and formal topiary English garden that led to a passion for creating designs on a smaller scale using air plants, cacti, succulents and a range of mosses creating beautiful terrariums.
Their love for plants and terrariums is infectious and people who join them on their workshops not only make a beautiful terrarium, but are taught about all the natural elements involved as well as provided aftercare instruction.
We are located opposite Dishoom restaurant 111 Lower Stable Street, Coal Drops Yard, N1C 4DR
Flexible cancellation policy
Any class can be cancelled and fully refunded within 24 hours of purchase. See cancellation policy.