Gardening in small places and increasing soil fertility

When: March 24, 2018

Courtyards, balconies, verges, windowsills, rooftops, shady spots, pots, natural potting mixes. Recommendations of Biodynamic preparations for nearby pollution. What to do with those kitchen scraps for high-rise dwellers. Seed saving for optimum fertility and success. 

Become a 'green finger' gardener and grow your own fresh veggies using the regenerative qualities of Biodynamics. See your sandy or depleted soils change, overcome garden problems, deal with weeds, open to non-finite resources, embrace planting using nature's free environmental services. 

WHEN: Saturday 24 March 2018
TIME:  10:00am - 3:30pm
WHERE: Barrett House 6 Barret Place, Randwick

COST: FREE! Only 12 spaces available so BOOK EARLY! 

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL: Call Diane on 02 9550 1682 or email:

BRING: Notepad and pen.

FOOD: Tea, coffee supplied. Shops nearby for lunch or bring your own.

TRANSPORT OPTIONS: Consider public transport, sharing a lift or walking as there is limited parking available around Barrett House.

This workshop is supported by Randwick Council and is free to residents. 

~ local ~ seasonal ~ ripe ~ chemical free