Bellbird Urban Permaculture

Having a productive garden is a joy to watch it grow, learn about the plants that provide for us, and eat fresh nutritious produce. Inviting others into our little paradise is such an absolute pleasure, the buzz of people as they are excited by ideas for their own garden, I don't think a garden is complete until it's shared. We learned more about our plants. The large grey green grasses in our cottage garden which I'd found growing along a bush track, assuming they were 'native', I thought I'd extend the native habitat. Maree discovered that they are in fact from the paspalum family and a notifiable weed! So I've already purchased some suitable native replacements that also aren't spreading,

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ABOUT US

We are gardeners, farmers, and first time producers of our own backyard fodder, who meet monthly to learn about living and growing sustainably in the Hunter Valley and surrounds.

Secretary (Barbara): 0402 052 248

 

Mailing address:
60 Oswald Lane, Oswald 2321 NSW

 

hunterorganicgrowerssociety@gmail.com

All members receive free entry to field days, one free workshop per year, our monthly newsletter and that good feeling that you're a part of positive change.

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