Workshop on growing seedlings and microgreens – the 6th in a series presented by Sustainable Communities SA – Unley Groups
2pm Saturday 29 August 2015
Unley Community Centre, 18 Arthur Street, Unley
This workshop is for gardeners who want to grow seedlings – some for summer vegetables and some for eating directly as minigreens. Minigreens are particularly suitable for those who can’t manage a garden but who still want to grow their own food and have a sunny spot available.
The workshop will be led by Vivian Curro and Pauline Muir – experienced seed savers and gardeners in the City of Unley. Thanks to a generous Unley Council grant it is FREE!
Please register to attend this workshop as places are limited: firstname.lastname@example.org or 0401 122 547
There will be a Q & A session too so bring along questions you have about your garden and we will (collectively) work out a solution. No one grower has all the answers.
If you have a good gardening tip, let us all know at the workshop.
Future workshops: we have a program of further workshops planned for the next few months – on container gardening, and native bees.
Edible Verge gardens: a number of our fellow growers have started to garden on their verge – see 80 Cremorne Street, Unley and 44 Dover Street, Malvern. We would like to help more verge gardeners get started. Contact Peter at email@example.com if you are interested in promoting local growing of food by hosting a verge garden.
Questions and problems: we are always keen to help you to grow your own vegetables. Please contact Pat on 8271 0052 or 0407 608 345 if you have questions about growing vegetables and herbs before the workshop.