May means Compost. Thanks to Gen for organising the poo and spelt hull runs (and to Ben, Jo, Andrew and Jenny for allowing us to collect it). All we need now are greens ... and the gardeners to make it. Come down this Saturday from 11am to help build the heap. Bring greens or get … Continue reading That time of the year again.
A chilly autumn day didn't deter gardeners, nor musos. We had a fine arvo tea with the usual very tasty offerings (you will never go hungry at a garden event!) accompanied by tunes from local musos (and they kept coming!) and a warming brazier. Welcome to new members Maikel and Maggie, and hello and thanks … Continue reading Happy Birthday to Us
A late reminder (having computer and phone issues) for our birthday celebration and membership renewals/newals tomorrow at the garden. We'll have a slap-up arvo tea at 3pm in the usual garden style and music provided by a few local musos - in hall if wet/cold - else in the garden (with a barrel fire or … Continue reading 12 May is our Birthday – Cake, Music, Gardenship
Autumn may finally have arrived, with 10mm of rain overnight and daytime temperatures easing. The May planting notes are now posted (apologies for the delay ... computer glitches) though you may want to try your own planting luck this month. See what to do and when in the autumn garden. You will probably have picked … Continue reading Come what May
One thing I love about the garden is the way it reflects the community we live in and all of our differences. One plot will be all straight lines and weed free paths, carefully spaced plants and demarcated edges. Next door is a sprawling wilderness of self sown, grow-what-may. The neighbouring plot somewhere in between; … Continue reading Home Grown – celebrating eight years of community gardening