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GARDEN VISIT - 31st January - DIANNE AND GRAHAMS WELCOME 2021 GARDEN VISIT

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GARDEN VISIT - 31st January - DIANNE AND GRAHAMS WELCOME 2021 GARDEN VISIT

Time: January 31, 2021 from 9:30am to 12pm
Location: ELLEN GROVE
City/Town: address was sent out 6.20am Saturday 30th Jan
Phone: 0407691485
Event Type: welcome 2021 gv
Organized By: Dianne
Latest Activity: Feb 1

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Event Description

SUNDAY  13st January 9.30am TO 12.00pm

PLEASE NOTE -  the earlier start due to the Warm Weather

This will be a WELCOME 2021 GV - Our 1st for the Year

A little about Dianne & Graham's Garden -

Ours is an Old Garden 42years. It has grown over the years with many Add-Ons & Changes. As the changes have been made so has the reason for our Garden.

As we age many areas have been turned into rooms, most with a seat to rest before moving on to the next task, or just Sit, Meditate or Read. We have a small Vegetable Garden in which we have been Bale & Ground Gardening, Rose Garden, Fern & Other Garden (being renewed at the moment, donations gladly accepted) as well as a Couple of Cottage Gardens. We grow many Topiary Citrus, a Fig Forest, Guavas and Tropical Fruit Trees. We grow many Salvias and Other Flowers to attract Butterflies & Bees. 

Our garden is what some may call Old Fashioned (a little like us), I love Flowers and Graham loves Lawn (I know we could grow food there but we already have enough room to grow what we want). So you will see our Garden a little differently this time, if you have been here before.

We look forward to Seeing Many of our BLF Friends at our GV.

LUNCH:

If you would like to join us we would like to go for a Lunch to a popular Vietnamese Restaurant after our GV, please indicate here if you would like to join us.

The address will be sent closer the date. The address is always sent to your email you signed up with, if it is different you will need to change it in your profile

As this may be an event where we need to have particular numbers due to Covid Restrictions, we may need to Limit the number attending. It will be those 1st in to RSVP that will be able to attending, so please be sure you can make it or you may be taking the place of others. 

Children welcome but must be supervised by parents at all times.

Please bring a small plate of Food or Drink to share, and any plants, produce or seed that you would like to share, swap or sell. 

It is always a good idea to bring along a chair as we do sometimes have more visitors than chairs available at GV gardens.

RSVP required so that the address can be sent to you closer to the date. The email address you nominated when you joined will be used. Please update this if it has changed.

Late attendees welcome. Message Dianne or phone 0407691485 on the day for the address.

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It's easy. Check HERE read the blurb and message Dianne

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Comment by Christa on January 1, 2021 at 11:52

Really looking forward to your pretty flowers, roses and huge array of fruit trees.  As you have been unwell and need some time to re-coup,

I am sure your garden visitors will be amazed at how much you try to do. 

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