Turramurra Lookout Community Garden Swap – Sept 17, 2016

Turramurra Lookout Community Garden broke soil in 2010, and in just 6 years has evolved into a large and well established, completely organic garden.  It’s design demonstrates various permaculture principles and is made up of both communal areas and 24 individual plots.  As we swap, the garden will be buzzing with activity while members tend to their plots on working bee day.  Come along to get your garden started for Spring, take home some fresh homegrown produce and exchange gardening tips with other members.

Please note that there is no parking or toilets on site.  The garden is a short walk from Turramurra railway station or there is 2 hour parking in the Council car park in Gilroy Lane, located behind the shops facing the highway & Rohini St.  You can then walk through one of the walkways to the highway & cross at the Bendigo Bank lights to the garden.

Gaveaway a benchtop composter and a copy of grow just one thing
Seed library
Inspired by large insect hotel

Small logs useful for building a bee hotel
Exclusion netting
Chicory leaves
Worm farms donated by Turramurra Lookout Community Garden
Garden tools donated by Turramurra Lookout Community Garden
Edible flower mixes
Homemade cherry and mandarin jam
Kaffir lime leaves
Red celery plants
Fresh chillies
Cabbage seedlings

Want to join us at our next swap?  See here for details or join the group to swap anytime.

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