From seed to splendour
Join us in the enchanting Heronswood Gardens on the Mornington Peninsula, for a fun hands-on gardening workshop for children, led by the Kitchen Garden Foundation’s very own Natasha Grogan!
Little gardeners will learn how to:
- make newspaper pots for planting spring seeds
- craft mini greenhouses
- propagate softwood herbs, like rosemary
Australia’s first certified organic open garden and the home of the Foundation’s Seed Partner, The Diggers Club, Heronswood is truly magical. The meandering paths and lawns, and seamless combination of edible and ornamental plantings, make for an exquisite setting for our workshop – and a lovely family outing! We can’t wait to see you there.
About the workshop
Date: Saturday 18 November 2023, 10am – 11am.
Location: Heronswood, 105 Latrobe Parade, Dromana, VIC.
Cost: Members of The Diggers Club $25. Non-members $34. Garden entry is included in the workshop price.
What to bring: BYO gardening gloves (or buy a pair from the onsite Diggers Garden Shop) and scissors – all other materials will be supplied.
Suitability: All children attending must be accompanied by an adult who also holds a valid ticket. Suitable for children aged 6+ years.
A beloved former Garden Specialist at two Melbourne primary schools, with qualifications in horticulture and education, Natasha started her own small business, the Sage Garden, in 2013, teaching children to grow organic food and fostering their connection with nature. Natasha returned to the Kitchen Garden Foundation in 2020 to inspire children and young people to grow, harvest, prepare and share.
Don't miss this opportunity to be a part of a unique educational experience in a stunning location. Tickets are limited.
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