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The plants that care for us

Start Date: March 17, 2019
End Date: March 31, 2019
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Location: Stavros Niarchos Foundation Cultural Center Syggrou Avenue 364, 17674 Kallithea

Description

A series of meetings and workshops focusing on the most important plants that evolved along with human civilization and plants of the Mediterranean diet, many of which are hosted in Stavros Niarchos Park. Participants will review the history of these plants and learn how to cultivate and use them. Join us in these workshops to learn all about sowing, transplanting, nourishing, caring and protecting your plants. At the end, we will create a beautiful productive flower bed with important endemic plants and traditional varieties.

03/03: Plant Development

Participants in this session will learn how to cultivate and care for their plants. They will gain an understanding of plant behavior and productivity, including factors such as genetic background and the environment. They will discover how plants interact with each other and other organisms. In this workshop, we will also learn about irrigation and replanting; finally, we will make a garden bed with traditional varieties.

17/03: Plant Protection

In our second session, we will be familiarized with the microcosm of the garden under the microscope. Participants will learn about prevention and how to deal with plant enemies and pests in an eco-friendly way, whether in the farm, garden or balcony. In this session, we also discuss prevention practices and eco-friendly plant protection, with opportunities for practical application in workshop plants.

31/03: The World of Plants – Review

Participants review everything they have learned about the world of plants, seeds, subsoils, care and protection, and make the final planting in our garden bed.

Design-Implementation: Panagiotis Papadopoulos, Agronomist MSc – Med culture

Sunday 03, 17, 31/03 | 11.00 – 13.00

For adults
Up to 30 participants
Free admission on a first-come first-served basis

Event categories: outdoors and workshops.

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