Sunday, 26 October 2008


There is so much happening around Adelaide I have listed some events you might be interested in going to, I think all the info is correct but check it out for yourself.

Spring is in full bloom here in Adelaide and there are many rose and flower shows to visit.
The rose garden at the Botanic Gardens looks magnificent.
Check out the Botanic Gardens link to see what's on including basket making demonstrations.

Deb from NIRVANA has several courses, you could check out her site. I think she has a course tomorrow, the 26th October.
Learn all about growing organic Fruit, Nuts and Berries, Poultry Keeping or Weaving on different days.

Sunday the 26th October.
SUNNINGDALE FARM (Mosquito Hill Road, Mount Jagged) has the garden open this Sunday 10am to 4pm as part of the Southern Fleurieu Cancer Support Group's SPRING GARDEN FESTIVAL.
I have written about Sunningdale farm before. Anne and Phil have an organic and biodynamic farm raising beef cattle, organic seasonal fruits and vegetables.
Gold coin donation and tea and coffee will be available as well as music by the Centre for Self African Drummers.
The other gardens open this Sunday are a Balinese style garden at 1 Bond St Hayborough and Rosetta Village , Maude St Victor harbour which has a herb garden and huge community vegetable garden. The Goolwa Band Ensemble will play in the gazebo and afternoon tea is available.

There are several gardens open each Sunday including Barry Beaches organic garden at Middleton on November the 9th.

Please leave a comment here if you need more information or phone Cancer Support group Victor Harbour 85529304 I have some leaflets if you would like one.

The Fullarton Park Community Centre will be the venue for the plant, food and craft Market this Saturday the 25th from 9 to 1pm. This market is held on the 4th Saturday of each month.

HERB DAY will be on SUNDAY the 2nd of November at Fullarton Park Community Centre from 10am to 4pm.
This is always the best day to buy unusual herbs, spices, veggies, trees and much more.

It's the 4th Sunday of the month so STIRLING MARKET will be bustling and Diana and Jen should be there selling their ORGANIC SEEDLINGS as well as many other stall holders.

If none of these events interest you might be interested in BOO AT THE ZOO. Friday the 31st October 5pm to 8:30pm at the Adelaide Zoo. Families are asked to wear their best Halloween costume for a parade and be prepared for some face painting and SPOOKY entertainment.
Happy gardening everyone.

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