Grow Your Own Food Gardening Workshops

Grow Your Own Food

The Paralowie Garden runs a wide range of workshops during the year (March - November). Often featuring special guests and experts in the field of horticulture.

For those interested to know more about how it works at the Paralowie Communal Garden, including the membership process, click here.

Upcoming opportunities at the Garden (cnr Waterloo Cnr Rd and Halba Crescent) include:

August & September Activities 2018

Workshops are open to adults of any age. To book into a workshop, phone 8406 8225. For more information on August & September sessions, please click here

Like to grow Citrus ? Come along to our Tuesday 14 August session with facilitator Ross Pitman who will talk about how to select the best trees, establish your soil, and how to maintain your citrus trees to produce the best crops. For a copy of the flyer please click here.

Growing Excellent Tomatoes. Thursday 16 August 1-2.30pm. For a copy of the flyer please click here

Pruning and Grafting Apples and Pears. Tuesday 21 August 1-2.30pm. For a copy of the flyer please click here here

Social Activities in the Garden

For adults over 50 there are a range of gardening groups available for you to choose from, such as ‘Friends of the Garden group’, ‘Seed Bank group’ and ‘Propagation group’.

For more information about these groups, click here.

If you like being outdoors and in the garden you’ll love working in our garden. We have 23 garden beds to grow seasonal vegetables, numerous fruit trees, herbs and flowers. There is always something to do to and you are welcome to join any of the activities in the garden to keep it looking good for all to enjoy.

Notes from Past Workshops

Magic Harvest Grow your own Food workshop - Session 1 

Magic Harvest Grow your own Food workshop - Session 2 

Magic Harvest Grow your own Food workshop - Session 3 

Magic Harvest Grow your own Food workshop - Session 4

Grow your own Food at Home in Salisbury - Getting Started

Grow your own Food at Home in Salisbury - Fertilising

Grow your own Food at Home in Salisbury - Building Good Soils

Summer garden tips - click to read here

Spring garden tips -  Seasonal Update