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Expired Event - Propagating Berries and More - 27 May 2012

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Propagating Berries and More

When:
Sun 27 May 2012
Details:
Sunday May 27th 2012: 10:00– 12. 30 am
Join us at the Chorley’s wonderful orchard amid the fruit trees canes and vines.
Learn how simple it is to propagate the most delicious of cane fruits with blueberries, elderberry, ‘Heritage’ raspberries, kerryberry, boysenberry or perhaps take cuttings from, black and brown figs as well as the biggest bay tree I’ve ever seen! Please note there will not be fruit available for picking or sale at this event.
To book and organise car pooling to Mt Tomah katska@gmail.com
Entry $5 by donation:
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Mt Tomah
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