St Erth 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.

The workshops start at 11am or 2pm and run for 1½ hours.

Members $39, non-members $49.

To make a workshop booking, call the St Erth Garden Shop on 03 5368 6514.

Workshops at St Erth

Glorious Garlic!

03 March 2018 11:00
Join garlic guru Penny Woodward as she shares her secrets to growing garlic successfully as well as how to harvest and efficiently store your crop for use all throughout the year.

"This goes with that" Perennial Design

03 March 2018 14:00
The Diggers Club prides itself on our perennial borders and our 'This Goes with That' philosophy makes it even easier to design and plant a stunning garden.

Plan & Plant your best ever Winter Vegie Patch

10 March 2018 11:00
Learn how to avoid gluts and have a steady supply of food all year through successive planting, crop rotation, using cold frames and hot houses and making the most of your local climate.

The art of gardening - your ultimate Q&A!

10 March 2018 14:00
We all have nagging questions that, despite asking Google or a neighbour, just don't get properly answered... In this ultimate 'Q&A' forum, throw your best questions in the ring for Julian and your workshop peers to answer for you, once and for all!

Worm farms, composting, tea and bokashi!

11 March 2018 11:00
Do you want to become more self sufficient and enjoy compost from your own household and garden waste? You can 'make your own' compost, learn the necessary conditions and components, incorporating wonderful worms, make a garden tea, and what is bokashi?!

Cooking and Preserving your Summer Harvest

18 March 2018 13:00
Summer is one of the most bountiful times in the garden, sometimes too bountiful, and we all love to capture our harvest to enjoy both now, and also through the leaner winter months. Join Damian, Chef and owner of Piper St. Food Co. to discover how...

Saving your Heirloom Seed

25 March 2018 11:00
The ideal workshop to understand open pollination, and the science behind seed saving. Learn basic techniques on collection and storage of vegetable and flower seeds, as well as more advanced techniques of harvesting, cleaning and long term storage.

Sowing your Wildflower Meadow

25 March 2018 14:00
Make growing wildflowers a successful pleasure, while also improving your garden's health by encouraging beneficial bugs!

Beekeeping for Beginners - Part 1: The Basics

14 April 2018 11:00
Part 1 of this fascinating workshop series provides an intimate look at the life of bees. A must for anyone who grows their own fruit and vegetables or wants a hive of their own.

Beekeeping for Beginners - Part 2: Extraction

14 April 2018 14:00
Now that you know how to care and nurture your bees, this afternoon’s workshop will teach you all you need to know to harvest the honey.

Olives - Grow, Harvest & Perfect your Brine

15 April 2018 14:00
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.

Bloomin’ Great Berries!

22 April 2018 11:00
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!

Introduction to Permaculture - Principles and Design for Beginners

22 April 2018 14:00
Permaculture is a form of landscape design that follows recognised principles, while utilizing the features and patterns occurring in our natural eco-systems.

Simple Cider Making at Home

27 May 2018 11:00
Celebrate the apple season harvest by joining us at the magnificent Garden of St Erth, and learn to become a cider connoisseur

Plan and Plant your Heritage Orchard

27 May 2018 14:00
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
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