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Expired Event - Introduction to Vegetable Gardening - 10 Feb 2018

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Introduction to Vegetable Gardening

When:
Sat 10 Feb 2018
Time:
9-1pm
Cost:
$40
Details:
Come and learn the basic skills and knowledge to grow organic food successfully in your backyard with the Lyttleton Gardener, Manu.

We'll cover all the basics including caring for your soil, natural pest management, companion planting and specific information on what to grow where in the Blue Mountains.

$40 includes a workbook, some seeds and a small bag of compost.

Bring a picnic rug and stay for a BYO lunch or purchase an organic picnic hamper for $20 to enjoy in the garden.

For more details see the website or Facebook links below, or phone us on 4759 3478.
Location:
Lyttleton Stores
1/2 Badgery Crescent
Lawson
Contact:
Enquiries on
  4759 3478

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