Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Varsity Vegies Community Garden Wednesday Open Morning



Wednesday morning is open morning at Varsity Vegies Community Garden where I have a patch. and there is always something new to see or discover.




We are greeted at the gate by a reminder of what Organic stands for in this shared garden space.





A child delights in the joy of color, movement and autumn sunshine.




Sheila  the President of Varsity Vegies shows an eager audience the difference in taste between two different Rosella plants.

Sarah shares her knowledge on how to remove root stock growth from a custard apple tree that has been propagated.

Another member is now growing cuttings from this root stock for future propagations.


 It is a joy to be surrounded by bountiful organic food and the knowledge that the garden is continuing to grow and expand not just in its own harvest but in the connections and shared knowledge of its members.


3 comments:

Gemma Wiseman said...

A very beautiful community space and so practical! Great to share knowledge there!

Rambling Woods said...

Oh I love these series, but especially the child...thank you for linking up to Nature Notes...Michelle

Linda @ it all started with paint said...

I just love your community garden! What a fabulous idea ...

:)

Linda