Adelaide workshops

Sharpen your skills at Diggers monthly workshops.

There is something on offer and much to be gained for everyone from our current programme. Workshops focus on a wide range of essential gardening topics, techniques and skills, as well as focusing on specific plants and tasks to suit the season.

Bookings essential and our cancellation policy applies.

Held on the 3rd Sunday of every month, the workshops start at 10am and 12pm and run for 1½ hours.

Members $39, non-members $49.

To make a workshop booking, call the Adelaide Garden Shop on 08 8232 8671.

Workshops in Adelaide

Glorious Garlic!

18 March 2018 10:00
Easy to grow, beautiful to look at and prolific at harvest time. Everyone needs to grow these!

Seed sowing for your autumn vegie patch

18 March 2018 12:00
Start from the beginning … take a packet of seeds and turn them into the most wonderful crop!

Backyard chooks

15 April 2018 10:00
Integrating chickens to your garden can be very beneficial. Learn how to make the most of it.

Soil, composting, green manures and worms!

15 April 2018 12:00
Discover why the real secret to successful crops is healthy soil.

Complete management of your Home Orchard

20 May 2018 10:00
Whether you are starting from scratch, enhancing your current, or rejuvenating the old and neglected, this workshop will arm you with all the necessary tools to ensure a healthy and productive orchard for many years to come

Bloomin’ Great Berries!

20 May 2018 12:00
Imagine wandering through your garden and returning with bowls of jewel-like berries, home-grown and freshly harvested by you! Growing berries is not as hard as you may think, join us and we'll show you how easy it can be!

Potatoes: More than just a simple spud!

17 June 2018 10:00
A staple in most homes, versatile in cooking, and loved by the masses when chipped, chopped, mashed, scalloped or roasted – we all love potatoes and they’re so easy to grow, join us for all the top tips!

Edible Garden Design

17 June 2018 12:00
Edible garden design combines a desire for both beauty and production, and getting the two to subtly mesh together effectively takes skill and an appreciation of both the art and the science
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