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Edible Backyard Workshop

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Edible Backyard Workshop

Time: June 24, 2016 from 9am to 12pm
Location: Yuraba Conference Centre
Street: 240 Church Rd
City/Town: Eatons Hill
Phone: 07 33253492
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Kim - kim@kumbartcho.org.au
Latest Activity: Jun 28, 2016

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Event Description

"Edible Backyard Workshop" Bookings Now Open!
With Noel Burdette-Growing Gardeners-Horticulturist, Garden writer and Presenter
And
Russell Young-Garden Designs-Horticulturalist
The topics will include:
“Success with growing and getting the best out of home grown herbs” Learn about growing a wide variety of herbs, cultivation requirements (for pots and the garden) and discover a few different species that are commonly overlooked.

Dwarf Citrus & Fruit Trees for pots and small gardens, rewarding and ornamental. Finding the best placement of your mini orchard. How to recognize pests, diseases and deficiencies and what to do about them,. Improving your harvest, impressing your neighbours. Plants will be for sale.
Plus question time for all your garden needs!

Yuraba Conference Centre
240 Church Rd Eatons Hill
9.00am till noon
Friday June 24th 2016
To reserve your place email kimp@kumbartcho.org.au or call 33253492 for more info
Cost $25/ person including a delicious morning tea

Comment Wall

Comment by Susanne on June 28, 2016 at 18:03
Really enjoyed Noel Burdetts talk on herbs, one big revelation for me... the reasons my shallots, chives etc bend is from overwatering... this family prefer it dry.

I personally was not enthused with the other presentation, but did learn new things, one tip... If you are growing fruit trees from cuttings then keep them in pots, if grafting then put them in the garden directly, dig your hole wide rather than excessively deep, you can hill the tree up to provide good drainage.
Comment by Susanne on June 19, 2016 at 19:42
I know, I was just thinking that :)
Comment by CHERYL SLAPP on June 19, 2016 at 16:37

HI Susanne - Gee will catch up with you twice in one week, Wednesday at Sandgate and this on Friday.

Comment by Susanne on June 19, 2016 at 16:25
See you there :)
Comment by CHERYL SLAPP on June 19, 2016 at 16:18

Have booked for this, looks interesting

Comment by Lissa on May 23, 2016 at 5:20

Week day. Bummer.

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