The Inside Dig, in partnership with Yates Garden Company is an innovative new workshop series that aims to share expertise and insights on gardening in a relaxed and friendly setting.
Each workshop includes:
- Expert presentation from leading horticulturalists
- Hands on, pactical gardening workshop
- Specialist tour with a garden expert around the Australian Botanic Garden
- Questions, discussions and sharing of gardening stories
- Goodie bag to take home
- Refreshments, light meal and a glass of wine included
On the 3rd of February we’ll be growing Native Plants - come along to get all the tips and tricks for growing your own beautiful and hardy Australian plants, including fragrant and colourful plants to attract birds, butterflies and native stingless bees.
Expert Angie Thomas will share her expertise on planting and growing Australian plants, including the best things to grow in Sydney, perfect natives for every spot in your garden!
One of the Australian Botanic Garden’s knowledgeable and passionate horticulturists will guide you on a sunset walk through the local critically endangered Cumberland Plain Woodland forest. Step back in time to discover the diverse, unique plant-life that covered most of Western Sydney only 200 years ago.
Who: Suitable for all ages - no experience required
When: Multiple Dates
Time: 10:00 am - 2:00 pm (February 3rd & March 3rd, 5:00 - 9:00pm only)
Cost: Members $85.50, Non-members $95. Gift Certifiacates available (details on booking page)
Price includes: A glass of wine, light meal and a Yates 'starter pack'
Meeting Point: PlantBank, Acacia Theatre
Bookings: Essential online
More info: email@example.com
The Inside Dig Workshop Calendar
Friday 3rd February 2017 - Growing Native Plants (5:00 - 9:00pm)
Friday 3rd March 2017 - Growing Delicious Citrus (5:00 - 9:00pm)
Friday 5th May 2017 - Growing Winter Veggies and Herbs
Friday 16th June 2017 - Growing Flowers for Winter Colour
Saturday 5th August 2017 - Growing Gorgeous Succulents
Saturday 23rd September 2017 - Growing the Best Lawn