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Home Harvest Manningham is a monthly home gardening seminar series that will teach you how to grow your own delicious fresh food at home.
What you will learn
The seminars cover all aspects of edible gardening, and include food, seed and plant swaps.
The series will guide you through:
Benefit of growing your own produce
Growing your own fresh produce at home:
Seminars run on the first Wednesday of the month from 6.30pm to 8.00pm.
The community food, seed and garden swap takes place at 6.15pm, 15 minutes before each session.
Bookings are not required.
2023 Home Harvest Program Guide
|5 April||Autumn in the Garden||Teresa Day, Sustainable Gardening Australia|
|3 May||Seed Saving||Maria Ciavarella, My Green Garden|
|7 June||Composting and Worm Farming||Ella Boyen, Chooktopia|
|5 July||Fruit Tree Essentials, Pruning and Maintenance||Karen Sutherland - Edible Eden Design|
|2 August||Garden Design – Regaining the Connection to Urban Food Growing||Kat Lavers, Kat Lavers Design|
|6 September||Tomato Master Class||Karen Sutherland – Edible Eden Design, author Tomato Know, Sow Grow, Feast|
|4 October||Keeping Chickens||Ella Boyen, Chooktopia|
|1 November||Edibles in Small Spaces and November in the garden||Duncan Cocking, Leaf, Root and Fruit|
|6 December||Preparing for the Summer Harvest||Teresa Day, Sustainable Gardening Australia|
This event is part our Manningham Spring Outdoors Series, where we offer a range of fun outdoor activities across Manningham.
You can also check what’s happening across other Councils by visiting the Spring Outdoors website.