Saturday, March 16, 2013

March Working Bee


It was another soggy Saturday but we still managed to fit in a lot at the March Working Bee before the heavens opened.

After some planning and discussion led by our head gardener John…







…quite a few of the beds were razed, manured and composted.


Our president in action!













The  resultant harvest was impressive…



In preparation for the new season, planting was also in full swing.

Seeds were planted in trays….

And directly into the beds (along with many protective sticks!)…


Hugo in charge of stick planting!

If you didn’t get a chance to order seeds for your winter crops you still can – just email Melissa via the Committee 


As always the compost and worm farm needed attention…

Patrick & Ed at work on the worm farm.

The job of laying more stepping stones was ably completed by Richard and Ben…




The rain and the delicious morning tea from Twig arrived simultaneously. We were all very thankful for the shelter provided by our beautiful shed.



Thanks to everyone who braved the rain and looking forward to seeing everyone at the April working bee…hopefully in the sunshine!

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