from the Gardens
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FYI COVID-19 (Corona Virus) - This explanatory information from the Assoc Prof of Infectious Diseases at John Hopkins University:
TAKE CARE & STAY SAFE💕
A yellow variety of passionfruit has ripened on the vine. Not sure what variety this is, as it's not purple. It tasted yummy straight from the fruit! 😋🍈💚👩🌾
Personal hygiene is an important measure in preventing illness from cross-contamination of bacteria or viruses.
This recipe for making your own hand sanitiser is from Mandurah Community Garden members Pamela and Tricia.
You will need:
Blend it together in your food processor or bullet until well mixed then pour into a sterile dispensing container.
The Mandurah Plein Air Group is once again visiting our lovely gardens to work their creative skills on Tuesday 10th March 2020 from 8:30am to 12 noon.
Mandurah Community Gardens is the place for soothing the soul! We know that gardening is good for us, and we know that art lends her healing brush to our hearts as well. They make for a perfect combination of healthy activity!
For more information about the Mandurah Plein Air Group, visit their website at https://mandurahpleinair.com/
Members are welcome to come down to the gardens and interact with the artists.
Pictures from the day posted as a video slideshow on Facebook
Our Garden To Plate workshops are back again in 2020!
Planning Your Garden - Saturday 7th March 2020
presented by experienced local gardener Chris Lampard
The first workshop for the year held at Frasier's Landing in Coodanup.
Come and learn how to make best use of the space you have to design a beautiful, practical garden that combines food production, attracts birds and bees, and looks great all year round!
Free to attend. Gold coin donation for tea and coffee. Bring a plate for morning tea.
More coming up!
Future workshops will be held on the 1st Saturday of each month. They will cover a range of gardening topics including growing vegetables from seed and seedlings, how to improve your soil, the secrets of great compost, and tips for native gardening.
For more information please contact Mandurah Community Gardens firstname.lastname@example.org
or visit our Facebook page for event announcements.