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Upcoming webinar: Grow Edibles at Home

Looking to learn how to grow edibles at home in Singapore? I have organised two webinars for this month, priced at $19 🙂

In these two upcoming sessions, I share step-by-step instructions and helpful tips to get started on your edible growing journey! Through this one-hour crash course, learn how to grow a plant from seed to harvest, and other basic urban farming knowledge, including necessary tools, how and when to fertilise and all you need to know to grow strong, healthy plants in soil.

At the end of the webinars, we will have a brief Q&A session so that I can answer anything that you would like to know, so you feel confident enough to grow edibles at home. The webinar link will be available one week before the event, so make sure to check your message inbox closer to the date.

There are two sessions available: 
21 October (Thursday) 8.30pm – sign up here
23 October (Saturday) 3pm – sign up here

I hope to see you there!

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Upcoming workshops for June and July

It’s been a while since I’ve conducted a workshop! I’m back with some new workshops – Grow Your Own Salad Workshop, and The Hanging Gardens Series. I’ve recently partnered with as a venue and knowledge provider, so please come and check out this tranquil green space if you haven’t already.


Learn how to grow your own raw salad ingredients on your sunny balcony or backyard in this two-hour workshop . I will share essential gardening tips and know-how for growing salad greens that are well-suited for our climate. Guests will take home a gardening starter pack which includes seeds, a propagation kit, seed raising mix, fertiliser, pots and plant notes on vegetables and herbs such as kale, purslane, lettuce, beetroot leaves, beans and cucumber, and you will leave with the knowledge you need in order to grow, nurture and harvest your own food

Sign up here!


Wish to introduce greenery to your space, but looking for something space-saving yet stylish? In our Hanging Gardens series, find out how to bring the garden indoors and make them a vertical feature in your home.

Over four sessions in July, you will be taught to construct attractive, swish-looking hanging planters that will thrive in a light filled room. These hanging garden designs include:

– Macrame planters

– Kokedama

– Himmeli geometric planters

– Hanging basket

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Upcoming workshop: Grow Your Own Natural Remedies Workshop


Here’s another workshop that I’m excited to announce. This is a collaboration with my friend Suekay, who runs DIY Culture (among other things) – a DIY supplies store for those who like making their own skincare products, candles, and gifts for others. More details below.

Learn to grow and use herbs and flowers to gently relieve minor skin ailments and body discomfort in this upcoming Grow Your Own Natural Remedies Workshop.

Organised by The Tender Gardener and DIY Culture, this 90-minute workshop includes a presentation on the properties and uses of various herbs and beneficial plants, as well as recipe demonstrations on making natural remedies. On the day, participants get to take home seeds of lemon balm, thyme, calendula, dandelion, and chamomile, a self watering pot, seed raising mix, notes, and even a skin soothing salve prepared during the session itself.

Reservation is required at $89 per person, seats are limited, so book your spot here!

Big thanks to our venue sponsor – Nong by Edible Garden City.

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An Edible Flowers Workshop: 22 Nov, 11am-12nn

Edible Flowers Workshop by The Tender Gardener

I’ve recently put together this workshop on edible flowers, featuring flowers which I love for its looks, as well as its culinary and medicinal uses. Join me if you are keen! Details below.

The Tender Gardener presents An Edible Flowers Workshop – a guide to growing plants like Nasturtium, Roselle, Mammoth Sunflowers, Shungiku (Garland Chrysanthemum) and Calendula, for use in salads, tea and even as natural remedies.Other than learning how to grow these flowers, we will cover its nutritional benefits, and also touch upon how they can be used for cooking and suggest some medicinal purposes.As part of this 1-hour workshop, you will receive some seeds to get you started, a bag of Nong seed raising mix and an attractive self-watering pot.

Reservation is required at S$55 a head. There are limited seats available, so make sure to book your spot today!

A big thank you to our venue sponsor – Nong by Edible Gardens.


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