There’s still some tickets available for Abundance in Your Summer Garden. A public workshopat the Food Forest, presented by Gawler Environment Centre, Food Forest and Ligaya Garden
The legendary Graham Brookman and yours truly will be sharing what we know about making a garden productive in Summer (or at least getting it through alive). I’ll be focusing on the smaller end with tips on small to medium sized gardens and Graham will be sharing some of his permaculture wisdom and looking at larger scale blocks.
As the climate warms, rain patterns are changing. That means more opportunities for gardeners to adapt their watering tactics.
Drippers are great at targeting the water needs of individual plants but the soil and mulch in between can easy dry out. Sprinklers on the hose is the obvious answer but that requires extra pressure, so you can’t run the drippers at the same time.