We are looking for gardens to visit next year - 2019 - it's not that far away We'd like to have some visits on Saturday's as some people can't make it on a Sunday. We'd love to see the way people are…Continue
Barbara is one of our very hardworking committee members. We are having a mini working bee to help her around her garden. Barbara is in a wheelchair and unable to do some of the work herself and just needs a helping hand every so often.Bring along:buckets, shovels, or other tolls you think will be usefulgloves, hats and sunscreenwater bottle and something to share for morning teaHope you can make it as many hands make light work.See More
David and Catherine live on a beautiful 2.5 acres in Sheldon. Their land is mostly compacted clay, so they have had to find alternative methods to grow their veggies. They have used techniques such as hugelkultur, raised wicking beds and layered beds. They are growing lots of different types of veggies.....sprouts, broccoli, pumpkins, strawberries, cabbage, tomatoes, peanuts, yams, garlic, melons, gourd and more.David will give a talk (with video presentation) about exactly he set up the…See More
If you are already a keen food gardener and would like to take your skills up to the next level, then come along to this special LFG Event titled Food Gardening Masterclass with Phil Stringer. You may not have heard of Phil Stringer before, but I can speak from personal experience (and corroborated by LFG member Kate Cuff) that Phil is a very high calibre of permaculturalist, land manager and food grower. His skills, experience and wisdom combined with his humility make him an exceptional and…See More
We are looking for gardens to visit next year - 2019 - it's not that far away We'd like to have some visits on Saturday's as some people can't make it on a Sunday. We'd love to see the way people are managing their gardens in smaller suburbia blocks as well as the larger blocks. It's a fabulous way to get different ideas. We swap seeds and plants, share a cuppa, and chat to one another. We all garden differently and that's okay - we can all learn from one another. Please PM me if you would…See More
My husband (Rod) and I love gardening. Our vegetables are grown mainly in raised garden beds and we have a few fruit trees on our property as well. I have been a member of Crestmead Community Garden since November 2017.