Cider Making

Saturday 2nd September at 10.30am

Celebrate the start of Spring by joining us at Cloudehill, and learn to become a cider connoisseur!

Pete the Permi, with his extensive experience with fruit trees, will discuss the best cider making fruit varieties and rootstocks, and how to grow and maintain your own fruit trees at home.

You'll learn how to lay out your own domestic Cidery, so you can create your own home grown cider to enjoy with your family and friends.

Presented by Pete the Permie.  Pete has been involved with Permaculture on a full time bases since 2002, and now shares his immense knowledge via his many offered courses in animal husbandry, organic growing and permaculture design.

 

Diggers Garden Shop at Cloudehill

89 Olinda-Monbulk Road, Olinda, VIC, 3788

Bookings essential on 03 9751 0584

Diggers members: $29, non-members: $39

Workshops run for approximately 1.5 hours

Workshops at Cloudehill

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Permaculture principles: keeping small animals

07 October 2017 13:00
Explore the benefits and challenges of keeping small animals in your garden, including quail, guinea pigs and poultry, and what to consider before bringing them home.

All About Organic Fertilizers

04 November 2017 10:30
Come and learn all about Organic Fertilizers what they are, their uses and their different applications. When to use in the garden for optimum growth and success.

All you need to know about growing tomatoes

04 November 2017 13:00
We invite you to come to our ‘All you need to know about growing tomatoes’ workshop on the Melbourne Cup holiday weekend. This is the traditional tomato planting time in Melbourne.

Understanding Soil Fertility

02 December 2017 10:30
Come along and join Tomas today as he actively shares his knowledge with us on how to increase soil health and fertility, for successfully growing a broad range of crops at home.

Cut flowers from your garden

02 December 2017 13:00
Who doesn’t want a garden full of gorgeous flowers! They bring so much colour and joy, and attract beneficial insects and pollinators into your garden.
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