IPD – Open Garden & Workshops in Denistone – HELP NEEDED

  • 03 May 2015
  • 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
  • 14 Burmah Road, Denistone, Sydney
Our PSN President, Margaret Mossakowska, will open her beautiful permaculture garden at 14 Burmah Road, Denistone, for International Permaculture Day on Sunday May 3rd from 10am-4pm.

Talks on the day will be: 

10:30 - Something About Soils – A short overview  on the importance of healthy soil, and how to get it! (by Stephanie Robertson)

12:30 - Food for Your Garden - talk and demo on making natural fertilisers (by Margaret Mossakowska).



This award-winning garden recently won 2nd place in the "Best Edible Garden" category in a City of Ryde gardening competition.

Visitors will get to see a large suburban garden with a full range of permaculture features: raised beds, wicking beds, swales, guilds, composting, worm farm, ponds,  chicken run, rabbit run, and more. The garden contains edible and medicinal herbs, a wide variety of vegetables, a banana circle and other fruit trees, and native plants.



We need members to volunteer to help on the day (in shifts):
  • 1-2 knowledgeable people for the permaculture stall
  • someone to run an interesting workshop to attract people from outside PSN

If you can help, please email Margaret on: president@permaculturenorth.org.au

Margaret's place is easy to get to by public transport - just a 10 min walk from Denistone station and 15 min from Eastwood station.


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