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Establishing a Native Garden

23/03/2019 at 10:00 am - 11:15 am

Come and learn how to establish a Native Garden.

There are four basic steps to establishing a native garden.
They are: PLAN, PREPARE, PLANT and PROTECT. The workshop will cover these steps, using the Mahoe Reserve, as an example, and will include a short visit to this nearby native planting area.

Our presenters:
Fiona Waghorn is an experienced horticulturalist, who has run her own nursery for 10 years. Fiona now manages the Living Streams Community Nursery Trust which grows eco-sourced native plants;

Dr Sue Jarvis was the foundation Chair of the Lincoln Envirotown Trust and was a driving force behind the establishment of the Mahoe Reserve on Boundary Road, and the Lincoln Envirotown Community Garden.
The Lincoln Envirotown Community Gardens are located on James Street, Lincoln, at the rear of the Lincoln Maternity Hospital. Please park on the street.
A gold coin donation to support the activities of the Gardens will be appreciated.
For more information please contact Ruth Wood, Lincoln Community Gardens Coordinator
P: 325 2193 | E:


10:00 am - 11:15 am
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Lincoln Envirotown Community Gardens
35 James St
Lincoln, New Zealand
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