Workers pose in front of their labour
Last Saturday we transformed Emily’s front verge into a vegetable garden. We had 10 people wheelbarrowing multiple loads of home made compost from the back garden to the front verge. And in no time at all the seedlings were planted… and you can see the results.
Hard at work
James McDonald was on hand to give advice and by the end of the afternoon the coffee and delicious cake were very welcome.
For those interested in growing natives, on 25th July we have a free workshop in Guildford. Natives help create wildlife corridors, look great and save water. This is a free workshop.
To register, email Pam on email@example.com.
Posted in Environment, Flora & Fauna, Food, Gardening, Kitchen Gardeners, Verge Gardening
Tagged DIY gardening, Gardening, Growing food, Kitchen Gardeners, Native plants, Veggies
Would you like to help beautify Guildford by growing native plants to green the area and help local wildlife? Then join in by growing natives in your backyard.
Seedlings will be planted in winter (June-August) in Guildford along streetscapes and within local parks/bushland.
We provide: Seeds and pots, and possibly soil.
You provide: A small space in your garden with sun and the ability to water seedlings daily.
For further information email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Another Transition Town Guildford initiative