- The Wildlife Forest Garden
- CAD for Gardeners class
CAD for Gardeners class
It's finally online, my learning Computer Aided Design class!
Winter ought to be a quiet time, now that the ground is frozen, the plants have stopped growing and we’ve been plunged into economic chaos by a callous and blundering political elite. But I have been busy, creating a ‘CAD for Gardeners’ online class.
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I’ve decided to move away from the monolithic structure of my all-encompassing Backyard Forest garden online course. Instead, I am creating a series of 1-hour classes. They’re easier to create and update, and people can pick the classes that suit them best.
I say easier to create, I’ve worked out that it’s taken me 9 whole days to make a 1 hour class! Eek. I can get this down to 7 days, now that I have my software, workflow and templates set up. But still.
For anyone who is even mildly interested in what I used to create the classes, here’s a quick list.
Gardens. And breathe…
All the CAD is great but I’ve had too much recently. Amidst computer-headspace, I’ve been reinvigorating a woodland bed at a client’s house near Cardigan. It’s a stunning spot, overlooking the Teifi valley. I’m going to plant a couple of blueberry bushes, some garden rhubarb and a whole stack of native woodland plants and herbs. I’m still sketching things out, will write up an update of the final planting scheme soon.