What's on in the gardening world.
Monday, August 26
The Palmerston Garden Circle is holding a 21st birthday
pot-luck luncheon at the Palmerston Community Centre at
11.30am. Guest speaker Mary Browne.
''Special raffles'' will be sold.
Wednesday, August 28
Orchid meeting at St Peter's Church hall, Hillside Rd,
7.30pm. Programme to be announced on the night. All welcome.
Phone 454-2113 for more details.
Saturday, August 31
Pruning workshop for deciduous and evergreen plants, by
Dunedin Botanic Garden geographic and arboretum collection
curator Dylan Norfield. 10am-noon. Meet at the upper garden
carpark by the aviary entrance. $10. Bookings essential on
477-4000, email@example.com or DCC customer
Tuesday, September 3
Brockville Garden Club meets in the Community Church hall,
1.30pm. Guest speaker Lynda Hellyer on perennials. Afternoon
tea, sales table, raffle.
Friday, September 6
HortTalk, Information Centre, lower botanic garden, noon.
Graham Copson, University of Otago technical manager and
director at BioDome NZ Ltd, on ''BioDomes amidst the oasis
project'', an initiative promoting edible gardens at schools
Thursday, September 12
Blueskin Garden Club meets in the Warrington Hall, 7pm.
Demonstration of floral art for the spring flower show. Show
is September 21-22. Usual bloom and vegetable for monthly
competition. Inquiries to 482-2428 or 482-2896.
The Fairfield Garden Club will meet in the Fairfield
Community Hall at 7.30pm for the AGM and mini-flower show.
Bring your best blooms and a tray of any six items. Remember
to bring along your planted pot from the March meeting for
Friday, September 13
Maungatua Church Spring Flower Show, 2pm-6pm, Church Hall,
Holyhead St, Outram. Admission: $2. For more information,
contact Denise 486-2635.
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