Are you sick of your garden browning off and looking disastrous every summer?
With a long hot summer predicted, it is time to get ‘garden smart’ to ensure you can enjoy a welcoming, thriving garden instead of a seeing your precious plants wither and die.
Join us for a workshop at the Eco Living Display Centre on Saturday October 17 and learn how to create a beautiful garden that can thrive even in drought conditions.
Learn about suitable plants, mulches, improving your soil, irrigation and much more.
The workshop will be presented by Peter Sullivan, retired curator of horticulture at Werribee Open Range Zoo.
Peter has over 30 years’ experience in horticulture and has designed many drought tolerant gardens using both indigenous and introduced plants.
Workshop runs from 10am–12 noon and the cost is $15. Bookings essential.
To book, phone 5987 3078 or visit www.visitmorningtonpeninsula.org and search for Drought Tolerant Gardening Workshop.
Find us at the top of the hill, The Briars, 450 Nepean Hwy, Mount Martha.