WORKSHOPS

Saturday 16 March 2024

BENEFICIAL PLANTS FOR BOTH YOU & YOUR VEGETABLE GARDEN

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When it comes to composting, making your own liquid fertilisers – learn how these amazing beneficial plants are so good for both your vegetable and ornamental gardens, and indoor pot plants too. Understanding the soil food web, micro organisms, how not to overthink making a compost heap, a bit of seed collecting, companion planting and touching base on the history, medicinal and cosmetic values.
Red amaranth, both pink and white yarrows, red mustard leaf, borage, comfrey and pennyroyal – all of these beneficial plants are potted already for you to take home and if keen, there’s still more to dig up. Herb and flower seed collecting will be done through the open garden walk.
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To book please phone Gaye on 082 537 7225 or email gaye@honeymoonfarm.co.za – limited seats available
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Saturday 3 June 2023

BENEFICIAL PLANTS FOR BOTH YOU & YOUR VEGETABLE GARDEN

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When it comes to composting, making your own liquid fertilisers – learn how these amazing beneficial plants are so good for both your vegetable and ornamental gardens, and indoor pot plants too. Understanding the soil food web, micro organisms, how not to overthink making a compost heap, a bit of seed collecting, companion planting and touching base on the history, medicinal and cosmetic values.
Red amaranth, both pink and white yarrows, red mustard leaf, borage, comfrey and pennyroyal – all of these beneficial plants are potted already for you to take home and if keen, there’s still more to dig up. Herb and flower seed collecting will be done through the open garden walk.
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To book please phone Gaye on 082 537 7225 or email gaye@honeymoonfarm.co.za – limited seats available
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Saturday 6 May 2023

BENEFICIAL PLANTS FOR YOUR SOIL

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When it comes to composting, making your own liquid fertilisers – learn how these amazing beneficial plants are so good for both your vegetable and ornamental gardens, and indoor pot plants too. Understanding the soil food web, micro organisms, how not to overthink making a compost heap, a bit of seed collecting, companion planting and touching base on the history, medicinal and cosmetic values.
Red amaranth, both pink and white yarrows, red mustard leaf, borage, comfrey and pennyroyal – all of these beneficial plants are potted already for you to take home and if keen, there’s still more to dig up. Herb and flower seed collecting will be done through the open garden walk.
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To book please phone Gaye on 082 537 7225 or email gaye@honeymoonfarm.co.za – limited seats available
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