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Event Details


Time: September 13, 2014 from 3pm to 5:30pm
Location: Inspiration Garden Morningside
Street: 118 Blackwood Avenue
City/Town: Morningside
Phone: 0407 059 509
Event Type: workshop
Organized By: Andrew or Nancy Kent
Latest Activity: Sep 11, 2014

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Event Description

FREE workshop
presented By Lyn Buffett
Logan Food Gardeners President

Limited places available so book in quick!

Brisbane residents only Sorry as it is funded by BCC

Saturday September 13th 3-5pm

Water your garden and pots more efficiently and keep plant pots and gardens moist and healthy for longer. Learn how to install simple environmentally friendly wicking reservoirs’ into and plant pot or garden bed.
Free just bring a few dollars for afternoon tea and for any seedlings or other items you wish to purchase.
Time: 3pm to 5.30pm
Bookings: 0407 059 509 or email
At: The Inspiration Garden 118 Blackwood Avenue, Morningside

Comment Wall

Comment by Lyn Buffett on September 11, 2014 at 8:13

I have added it to the event post now as suggested

They don't ask for ID.  It is just an honest system.

Comment by Lissa on September 11, 2014 at 5:34

Perhaps it would be a good idea to add the reason for the exclusion to future listings.

I can't imagine that proof of identity would be asked for on these occasions, that would be a bit draconian. I've been to some of these sessions at Sandgate and no one asked where I was from.

Comment by Lyn Buffett on September 10, 2014 at 14:26

Hi Lissa.  Sorry it is restricted because it is funded by Brisbane City Council.  This allows it to be free for Bris residents.  Understandably BCC does not want to fund people from outside the BCC area.  It is part of their Gold Program.  If you can say that you live in Brisbane (even part time) you can come.  

Comment by Lissa on September 10, 2014 at 4:57

I understand there are limited spaces available, but why so exclusive to "Brisbane residents only"? Is that really necessary?

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