Join Sally Pyner in learning about the benefits of wildflowers before making your own infused oil.
Participants will start with a botanical walk through Trebah, seeking out and identifying native wildflowers and their relatives whilst discovering some of their benefits to both wildlife and people.
When you arrive back at Trebah House you’ll begin work on your infused oil before receiving all the ingredients needed to transform your oil back at home into a healing balm using raw, natural materials. This event will be led by Sally Pyner, Horticultural Coordinator for the Kehelland Trust. Trebah is proud to support the Kehellend Trust and their mission to support young people and adults with learning disabilities.
Having previously worked for Cornwall Wildlife Trust, Sally has written articles about & designed wildlife gardens for exhibitions and private customers. Sally has been able to uphold her passion for native flora at Kehelland by setting up the Wild Gardens Project; celebrating and growing perennial wildflower plug plants to be sold bare-root to community groups, wildlife projects (Green Infrastructure for Growth, Cormac, Wheal Buzzy & Buglife’s ‘Bee-Line’ project) and private customers.