Tuesday, May 8, 2012

May Working Bee

It was a beautiful autumnal day for our May working bee.   The smaller than normal group of members worked hard shovelling the truck load of manure (thanks Richard for organising this) into the fallow area and the compost bins. 

Our compost efforts over recent months seem to have been rewarded, evidenced by the abundance of fantastic worms! 




After planting some seedlings for our winter crops and doing some general garden maintenance, we grouped together for a discussion, while enjoying another delicious Twig brunch.  

Richard gave an update on the shed.  He is currently fine tuning the design and discussing its construction with a carpenter he recommends.   We are hoping construction  can begin towards the end of May/early June.  Very exciting! 


A group of volunteers was seconded to conduct our annual Garden Plan review.   

We also admired our flowering banana tree. Hopefully we will be munching on lady fingers in the spring. 


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