We’re excited to collaborate with Crop Swap and be a part of this years Australian Association of Environmental Education (AAEE NSW) conference. We will be swapping at Lane Cove’s FoodFaith community garden in Hughes Park on the final morning, Saturday 30th September 2017, at 9:30-11am. If you can, bring along homegrown fruit, veggies, herbs, preserves, honey, eggs, seeds, plants, gardening goods or any other edible treats you have to spare. Or just come along and have fun!
Come and join us for a warming soup to celebrate the winter solstice on Sunday 18th June at 9am. Winter is the perfect time to learn about our root vegetables and plant bulbs like onions and garlic. Horticulturist Meredith Kirton will be on hand to teach us how to cultivate potatoes, carrots, leeks and other delicious cool weather vegies. Top tip for top notch potatoes: plant seed potatoes now to break up heavy soil and produce virus-free spuds in time for delicious home grown chats for Christmas or festive lunch.
Transplanting tips: And gardening time for new gardeners: Sunday, May 21st May, between 10am and 11.30am, at the FoodFaith garden, Hughes Park, Lane Cove.
Learn how to transplant shrubs and small trees. Meredith Kirton will give you the low-down. New gardeners - Come and plant your new patch. A $10 donation will cover costs.
Interested in joining the FoodFaith Planting Seeds garden & having your own patch? The FoodFaith community garden welcomes locals & celebrates our faiths' & cultures' food & gardening practices & traditions. FoodFaith is a not-for-profit organization & membership of the garden is free.
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