Visit a suburban Permaculture Garden with permaculture plants expert (and Permaculture Noosa Member) Annaliese Hordern, exploring a wide range of edible and multifunctional plants growing onsite, showcasing examples of fruit trees, edible shrubs, roots, herbs including turmeric, black sapote, sambaing nawa, sweet potato, galangal, pintos peanut, tamarillo & more.
Wednesday 13th October
Time: 10am – 1pm
Contribution: $45 including cuppas & fruits
Garden Lunch (Vegan) optional: $15
BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL – Limited places
Reserve your place & make payment or ask questions via email: [email protected]
Venue: Tea Haven, a 1-acre suburban Permaculture Property on the outskirts of Maleny, containing over 100 edible plants.
Address will be provided to people upon registration.
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Visit a suburban Permaculture Garden with Permaculture Plants expert Annaliese Hordern, exploring a wide range of edible and multifunctional plants growing onsite, showcasing examples of fruit trees, edible shrubs, roots, herbs including turmeric, black sapote, sambaing nawa, sweet potato, galangal, pintos peanut, tamarillo & more.
We Will Explore:
– Edible plant identification
– Tips for growing edible and their preferred place to grow within a food forest, garden bed or planter bag.
– Methods to propagate
– Setting up a nursery
– How to harvest, ideas for cooking & usage
– Other functions the plants provide: medicinal qualities, privacy screening, soil repair, insect & bee attracting, habitat.
– Deterring Bush Turkeys
– Compost systems
Annaliese Hordern is the director of the Change Makers Permaculture Design Course and has worked with Green Harvest for 4 years in their nursery and with Permaculture plants for the past 20 years in seed saving, propagation, horticulture, and education. She has a 1-acre permaculture property growing over 100 edible plants.
Who’s this workshop for:
Homeowners, renters, or travellers keen to upgrade their skills, knowledge and confidence in Permaculture gardening while having fun and meeting new friends in your local area.
Items to Bring:
Hat, sun smart clothing / parasol, full water bottle, notebook / pen & camera.
Kids are welcome if they are interested in gardens and the guardian can be responsible for them and available to their needs during the workshop.
– Address will be sent to you before the workshop –
Hope you can come