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~ Lots of ivy gone, a couple of wicking beds built and planted and a large native garden mulched ~ Simeon thanks everyone for coming along on such a hot day in November – and during a Kyneton Music Festival event! It was a small lovely group, and we were happy to welcome some new […]
On Sunday, September 21st, just days before a landmark climate summit at the UN, people across the planet are taking part in a World Climate March. The Kyneton March will start at the Quarry Reserve which is at the river end of Piper Street. We will then move up Piper Street to Mollison Street and then along Mollison to […]
After the great success of our first event in March it is now time to throw our garden gates open again and welcome all edible gardening fans. It’s a chance for you to check out what local edible gardeners have been doing and what they’ve learned along the way. You can learn about lots of gardening […]
What better way to spend the last official day of winter than in the garden, especially in wonderfully sunny weather and surrounded by friends? It was great to help Cecilia put the finishing touches to her garden in readiness for Kyneton Open Edible Gardens next weekend. We weeded between her garden beds and then put […]
You are invited to: Cecilia’s Garden Join us for a (hopefully) sunny Sunday afternoon Garden Gathering. Activities include: Some work on the paths between the garden beds – weeding and laying down newspaper and straw. A yummy afternoon tea Chatting with other garden-loving locals See compost tea brewing, spread some on Cecilia’s garden, and take […]
This month our regular Garden Gatherings restarted successfully after a recess. It was a beautiful sunny winter day helping the Kyneton Raspberry Queen, Jan, with weeding and thinning her raspberries. There were plenty to take home for all our gardens, and a yummy afternoon tea to share. It was especially good to share raspberry plants with […]
You are invited to Jan & Doug’s Garden Join Kyneton’s own “Raspberry Queen” to: Get some free raspberry canes to grow in your own backyard Learn about raspberry growing from the “Queen” Help to stop the raspberries taking over the whole of Jan’s veggie patch Weed where those pesky little things manage to pop up […]