Sunday, 13 March 2016

The March "Chill Out" bee at Albert Street

A cooler morning for a working bee saw a return of good numbers in the garden.

Arden checks the toms,

and finds a bean to munch.

Chill Out visitors find out about the garden 

Felix and Richard come for a squizz too.

Fe prunes out the dead wood and helps the children gather some yumness.

Ian cuts up prunings while Meg turns compost

Jeremy and Jasper harvest parsnips

The toms finally start ripening.

Patrick prepares pruned nectarine leaves as green waste for the compost.

Lindy, Tia and Meg take it all too seriously.

Lena and Patrick listen to Hepburn Community Radio gardening presenter, Mike Brown.

Woody does some garden biking.

Meg demonstrating happy soil bacteria really exists.

Zero digs for mice in the compost.
Thank you to everyone who came along to the bee, and to everyone who came by to drop off seeds and seedlings to be planted and to be shared in the free food stall out the front. Next month's bee is on Saturday April 9 at the Albert St garden from 10am-12pm. Hope you can make it. xx

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