Heirloom seed saving - Advanced

Saturday 3rd March at 1.00pm

For gardeners who may have saved their own seed before and now want to learn more in-depth techniques on harvesting, cleaning and storing precious seeds from their garden, this is the ideal advanced seed saving workshop.

Are you interested in the process of pollination?

Learn how to maintain the best qualities in open pollinated varieties, that can then be passed down through the generations to family and friends.

   

Presented by Jac Semmler. Jac is our Seed Manager and is passionate about all things plants and seeds. She is also a qualified Horticulturist with a background in outdoor education and sustainability.


Heronswood Gardens

105 Latrobe Parade Dromana, VIC, 3936

Bookings essential on 03 5984 7321
Diggers members: $39, non-members: $49
Workshops run for approximately 1.5 hours

Workshops at Heronswood

Edible flowers for use in the home kitchen

04 February 2018 10:00
Edible flowers add something special to your home cooking as well as your garden. In this workshop learn which flowers to grow, how to use them and how to maximise their colour and flavour in your home-cooked meals.

Dry climate garden design and care

10 February 2018 10:00
Learn how to create a beautiful Summer garden by selection tough Summer flowering perennials suited to our dry climate.

Seed sowing for an abundant winter harvest

10 February 2018 13:00
Join us for a workshop that will teach you all the tricks of growing from seed, and what seeds you can plant in autumn for a bountiful winter harvest.

Your lush summer garden and guided walk

17 February 2018 10:00
Join Bill Bampton to find out about creating a lush summer garden while enjoying a guided tour of Heronswood with our Director of Gardens. Learn how to create a beautiful Summer garden with tough Summer flowering perennials.

Preserving your Summer Harvest - Extended Workshop

17 February 2018 13:00
Cook and preserve your glorious sun-kissed Summer Harvest. Tomatoes and basil, strawberries and raspberries, it’s that glorious smell, can you remember it? Well that’s the true scent of Summer!

Heirloom seed saving - The basics

03 March 2018 10:00
Seed is a gardener's inheritance. It can be passed from one generation to the next, acclimatised to your garden through natural selection and allows you to take control of your food supply. Learn basic seed saving techniques in this beginners workshop.

Heirloom seed saving - Advanced

03 March 2018 13:00
This advanced workshop takes a deeper look at seed saving techniques. Learn how to maintain the best qualities in open pollinated varieties so that true-to-type seed can be passed on to friends and family.

Glorious Garlic!

04 March 2018 10:00
If you’re wondering about the best ways to choose, grow and store your garlic, book early for this popular workshop with Garlic Expert Penny Woodward.

Pest Repellent Plants and other organic solutions

04 March 2018 13:00
Penny Woodward will teach you about experimenting and growing pest repellent plants as well as plants that attract predators into your garden.

Discover the world of wild edible Weeds!

17 March 2018 13:00
Learn what tasty and interesting delights can be found as weeds in your own backyard!

ALL DAY INTENSIVE - Autumn Vegie Patch for Beginners

14 April 2018 09:30
Soil preparation, seed sowing and transplanting in the kitchen garden for budding gardeners.

Soil Ecology, Compost and Green Manures

21 April 2018 10:00
Learn how to create nutrient rich soil to grow your best harvest ever!

Olives - Grow, Harvest & Perfect your Brine

21 April 2018 13:00
Easy to grow, delicious to eat, and prolific at harvest time - Olives! Love them or hate them, they are an attractive and highly functional tree, with a fruit that can be used in a myriad of ways.

ALL DAY INTENSIVE - Spring Vegie Patch for Beginners

01 September 2018 09:30
Soil preparation, seed sowing and transplanting in the kitchen garden for budding gardeners.

ALL DAY INTENSIVE - Spring Vegie Patch for Beginners

07 October 2018 09:30
Soil preparation, seed sowing and transplanting in the kitchen garden for budding gardeners.
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