Here is the program
*Learn the tricks to cover any unbeautiful-yet-useful pots with hessian (see below for how-to)
*Learn how to set up sucessful productive worm composts, and trade composting stories.
*See a passive water catching balcony garden in action.
*Afterwards, enjoy making connections with other Creatives over an amusing Perma-culture high tea, professionally catered for so that we can relax with our Devonshire scones and cucumber sandwiches. Petticoats optional.
Would you like to join us? If "Yes" please email Cecilia(at)ocean.com.au with some information about yourself, and I will send you info in return: where, what cost, what to bring and what you might take home. Next you will be hosting a creative day for your own neighbors, and before long, the world will be transformed. We will have a similar event for Valentines day Sunday, Feb 15th.
(sunday 25th we are holding a permablitz dovecote design day. Come!)
A nook of Cecilia's Vast Inner-city back garden, with compost and composter
Fold the hessian and thread through wire to act as a drawstring.
When you pull it tight, the hessian stays out of the wet soil, yet it covers the black pots rim impeccably.
You can do this without coming to a workshop. But you probably won't. Humans are copying creatures, and the best way to do something new is to sit beside somebody who is already doing it. Then hold workshops of your own for your mates.