Desert Gardening Workshop

Zoom Workshop Recording – 18th Aug 2023

This Zoom workshop recording designed to guide you through the unique aspects of desert gardening. Whether you are in the Doha, Dubai or anywhere in the Gulf, this workshop is applicable to all, catering to gardeners of all abilities and accommodating various garden sizes.

Workshop Highlights:

  1. Understanding Desert Gardening: Explore the peculiarities and opportunities in desert gardening with a special focus on local climate and soil conditions.
  2. Selecting Suitable Vegetables for Your Garden: Discover the most viable and nutritious vegetables that can thrive in your desert garden, meeting both your culinary and nutritional needs.
  3. Soil Preparation – Land and Pots: Learn about soil testing, amendment techniques, and best practices to prepare both land and pots for productive growth.
  4. Vegetable Garden Design and Layout: Understand the principles of design and layout that will allow you to maximize space, sun, and aesthetics in your vegetable garden.
  5. Water Conservation Strategies: Grasp essential techniques for water conservation in desert climates, including efficient irrigation systems and drought-resistant planting strategies.
  6. Gardening in the Desert Tips: Gain invaluable tips and secrets for successful desert gardening from an expert who has been practicing it for over a decade.

About the Presenter:
This workshop is offered in collaboration with Dany Deaibess, an accomplished Agronomist with over 15 years of experience in organic gardening, landscaping, and agriculture. Passionate about his work, Dany has been cultivating his own food in his backyard in Qatar for the past 10 years.

Suitable for All Abilities and Garden Sizes: Whether you have a sprawling garden or a modest container garden, this workshop will provide you with the insights and skills needed to enjoy a fruitful harvest.

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