Growing and Caring for Subtropicals in Adelaide

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Your Masterclass

In this interactive masterclass, Chris will cover the successful growing of subtropical fruit trees in Adelaide. Subtropical trees vary greatly in hardiness and suitability to Adelaide's climate. They are evergreen trees, ranging from common citrus trees, to the less grown sapotes.

Topics covered in this masterclass include:

  • Site selection and soil preparation
  • When to plant and why
  • Choosing, pruning and planting citrus and other subtropical trees
  • Maintaining, feeding and irrigating
  • Common problems and solutions to unhealthy subtropicals
  • Q and A session for your individual situation

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Your Presenter

Chris Day from Every Day Sustainable Living and Cockatoo Creek Farm, has been growing food and actively participating in and teaching Permaculture and Sustainable living since early 2000.

He runs workshops all over South Australia. He has also done a TV segment on Gardening Australia with one of his gardens on Subtropical Fruit Tree Growing in South Australia.

With a focus on productive edible landscapes in urban, rural and community settings, he teaches, designs and installs gardens to suit the individual site and client.

He is passionate about the actions we can do together to regenerate community and the environment, for current and future generations.

The Location


Growing and Caring for Subtropicals in Adelaide

23 September 2023

Noel Lothian Hall (Adelaide)

Saturday 10am - 12pm

Limited tickets, don't miss out.

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