Bees in the Backyard

The next Kitchen Gardeners’ Society meet is coming up and it’s all about bees.

Once again it’s at Steve and Elizabeth’s house, Marmalade Cottage (RSVP for address).

Sunday 5 August
1.30 – 4pm

Bees are an essential part of the productive garden – they pollinate for fruit production, and if you have a hive, give you honey.  Without them, life on earth starves.

As well as learning about bees and keeping them, we’ll have the sharing table – if you have something from your garden or kitchen you’d like to share, please bring it along, and take home something from someone else’s garden.

After the bee presentation, we’ll have afternoon tea.  If you’d like to bring something along yummy, please do.  Perhaps with a honey theme?

There isn’t a great deal of shelter in the backyard, so if it’s wet, bring your umbrella.  It isn’t a terribly kid-friendly place (there’s poo and rusty metal) so you’ll need to keep a close eye on any little ones.

Please email to RSVP.


One response to “Bees in the Backyard

  1. Barrie Oldfield

    Katie Dobb is to address a meeting in Kalamunda at 7.30pm on Wednesday 1st August at the new Dome Cafe in Canning Road (Old Police Station). Meeting sponsored by the Lesmurdie and Districts Community Association. Come as a visitor and inspire us as we start to understand what ‘Transitioning’ is all about.

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