Wednesday, 30 September 2009

Diana’s Garden Party

We met today at Fern Avenue Community Garden to celebrate the wonderful world of organic vegetable gardening, friendships, sharing, swapping, good food and comradeship, together in the world of organic veggie growing.

We planned to meet again at Fern Avenue on Sunday the 25th of October at 1pm to share and chat about our summer kitchen gardens.

Why do we kitchen garden?, we want to eat delicious, nutritious, home grown food.

We want to share this food with our family, friends and neighbours, we want to eat the healthiest food that we can.

Here is a collage of all the delicious food we shared today.

Thank you everyone for sharing your gardening experiences and your delicious recipes.


Dianas Party


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John L said...

It's great to see Fern Street is still going. I remember it when I lived in Scott Street, Parkside. I moved from there 20 years ago.