At our meeting we'll be discussing what to grow in your garden right now - the challenges and successes plus a seed swap as usual. It's a great place to network, meet your neighbours and like-minded locals in our community plus pick up tips and plant material.
You're welcome to come along and share any surplus produce, seeds or cuttings that are growing well in your garden at this time of year or just soak up local knowledge to learn what to grow and how to seed save. Beginners, people new to the area and long distance visitors are all welcome.
It’s a great way for everyone to grow their garden for free. If the weather is kind and not wet or humid, we’ll process more seeds to share/swap.
What to do now in the garden:
There is always a cycle of life in the garden and when some crops are no longer suitable to grow because they can't take the heat, there are always other sun worshippers that will thrive in our climate conditions.
|Sweet potato can be propagated from the tuber or by vine cuttings.|
What to Plant in November
While we all have different microclimates in our gardens, there are always some general guidelines on what we can plant during this time of year. Check out these guides for what to plant now:
This month's Seed Savers Meeting
So as a courtesy please remember to at the very least order a tea/coffee or a yummy breakfast, to support the cafe. They have a delicious local and organic menu. Visit their website for more info @ http://www.sweetheartscafe.com.au/aboutus.html.
Venue: 2 Anzac Street (cnr Rosebed Street), Eudlo.
FREE to attend so bring a friend and carpool! Hope to see you soon.
By Anne Gibson