Date(s) - 16/03/2021
6:30 pm - 9:30 pm
maximum yields & healthier gardens
As the weather turns cooler, new opportunities as well as challenges begin to unfold in our gardens. Cheralyn will share with you plans, ideas and open discussion on what can be a busy time of planting and preparation for the seasons ahead and even a time of experimentation. She will also explore the botanical history of some of the plants of this time of the year. Make the most out of this autumn in your garden.
Cheralyn is an ethnobotanical gardener and botanical history author of twenty internationally published botanical titles. She produces and presents a weekly live 2-hour gardening radio show, At Home with the Gardening Gang, on CoastFM963 and writes the weekly Down in the Garden page for Central Coast News and The Coast Chronicle. Cheralyn lives in Lake Munmorah and is also the Garden Curator of SWAMP, Sustainable Wetlands Agricultural Makers Project in Tuggerah.
Tuesday 16th March 2021, 6.30pm for a 7.00pm start
Tuggerah Hall, Anzac Road, Tuggerah, directly opposite Hungry Jacks – within easy walking distance of Tuggerah Railway Station.
Parking is across the road in the council carpark next to Hungry Jacks . Please do not park in the Pizza Inn carpark on the left-hand side and do not park in the Real Estate carpark on the right-hand side. Both venues need space for their customers in the evening.
Visitors: gold coin donation