Wednesday, March 27, 2013

Gardening in April

We are planting seedlings of beetroot, lettuce, sugarloaf cabbage, dill, peas and many more. At the moment there are butter beans and green beans galore to be harvested. We have trimmed the bana grass to let in more sun.

Meetings for April

Saturday morning working bees - 13th and 20th April with morning tea mid morning.

Wednesday working bees - 3rd and 17th April from 9:30am or come along at a time that you prefer.

Wednesday general meetings - 10th and 24th April at 4:30pm

Governance meeting- 17th April at 5:30pm.

Look forward to seeing you soon . . . 

A New Crop of Authors

At last there will be far fewer reasons for our blog being out of date.

Welcome to Julie, Maria and Gabriella our newest enthusiastic bloggers.

Autumn is a great time for gardening and  there will be plenty of activity at the garden over the next couple of months as fallow beds are planted  and existing plantings maintained.

Please come and help us refresh the garden over the weeks ahead.

The seedlings have hardened off and are ready to go!
We Won!!!!!!
Congratulations to all our Great gardeners.

Kiama Community Gardens won the community garden category of the Kiama Garden Club's competitio for the second year running.  Fantastic!!!!

The garden looked beautiful on the day that Hazel & Rob judged.  Come to the garden on Saturday April 6th & help us keep it beautiful, enjoy a wonderful morning tea & chat & take home some lovely fresh vegies.

See you there.  We start about 9am.