Activities forĀ 2018

Hardy Perennials - a morning in a friends garden


A social gardening group that will meet on the 2nd Thursday of each month. Bring a portable chair & mug, things to share: plants, seeds, green or brown fingers, gardening problems and/or food for morning tea.

Hosted by various members


Hardy Perennials will recommence on Thursday, 8th March, 2018.2nd Thursday of each month at 9.30am at various gardens.Enrol

Bromelaides


Hosted by Yeoey Damon

Yeoey Damon will give a talk on bromeliadsThursday, 8th March at 9:30am1 Currawong Avenue, Yungaburra. Plenty of street parking.Enrol

Hardy Perennials - a morning in a friends garden

Thursday, 12th April
at 9.30am
Venue: Mathieu & Mary Lucker, 7 Clemison Close Malanda (runs off Varley Road).
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Hardy Perennials - a morning in a friends garden

Thursday, 14th June at 9.30am.Venue is Sherri Saxtons:
89 Gadgarra Road, Lake Barrine.
My garden is informal and mature. It is a garden that requires exploration and pruning shears!
Directions from Atherton - Gillies Highway to Wrights Creek Road(right) then left onto Gadgarra Rd.
Note: need chairs and park on Gadgarra Rd
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Hardy Perennials - a morning in a friends garden

Thursday, 12th July at 9.30.To be advised.Enrol

Hardy Perennials - a morning in a friends garden

Thursday, 9th August at To be advised.Enrol

Hardy Perennials - a morning in a friends garden

Thursday, 13th September at 9:30am
To be advised.Enrol

Hardy Perennials - a morning in a friends garden

Thursday, 11th October at 9.30am.Venue: Cathie Archer's home, 9 Bunya Crescent, Yungaburra.Enrol

Hardy Perennials - a morning in a friends garden

Thursday, 8th November at 9.30am. To be advised.Enrol

A Day in the Life of Soil

Presented by Pamela Jones

This is a fun talk and role play which was developed for farmers, gardeners and school children by David Hardwick of Soil and Food. Soil scientists are discovering that the ecology of the soil is critical to how food and other crops grow and develop. Learn what happens when liquid fertilizer is applied to a plant. Did you know that the plant stops feeding many living things in the soil and so they can no longer provide nitrogen and phosphorus to the plant? Do plants talk to each other?
10am Thursday, 10th MayGlyn Davies Room, Atherton Community Centre, 42 Mabel Street, Atherton.Enrol
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