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Soil Health and Seed Propagation @ Lyttleton
About your teacher:
Emmanuela (Manu) is a small scale food grower with a background in Permaculture and regenerative agriculture. In addition to being coordinator of Lyttleton Gardens, Manu is currently training with American microbiologist Dr Elaine Ingham in order to become a certified soil health consultant. She teaches the Introductory Vegetable Gardening and Permaculture workshops at Lyttleton Stores and designs productive edible gardens.
BYO lunch or order a organic Lyttleton hamper for $20.
For more information and to book ring us or visit the Lyttleton Stores website link below.
1 Badgery Crescent
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Sleeping up to 10 people, fireplace, private Garden access, panoramic views
Boats available, fishing and the wonderful Lake Walk. 10% discount for 3 night stay, but must be requested when booking.