Upcycled Food Gardens | Migration Museum | 5 Dec 2015

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‘Losing the Plot’ at the Migration Museum!

Join the Migration Museum on Saturday 5 December to celebrate their exhibition ‘Losing the plot: food gardening in South Australia’ as they hold a workshop about using the contents of your recycling bin to create fun, innovative upcycled mini gardens.  Learn how to make fairy herb pots from glass jars, dinosaur lettuce gardens from milk cartons, and other cute and clever tricks. They will also talk about making planter boxes from larger found objects like builders’ pallets.

Perfect for novice gardeners, please come prepared to get your hands dirty!

Presented by Migration Museum and Honest Earth Urban Garden


For more information and all enquiries please visit the Migration Museum website.

What:      Upcycled Food Gardens

When:     Saturday 5 December 2015 | 1.30pm – 3.30pm

Where:   Migration Museum | 82 Kintore Avenue | Adelaide

Who:       Suitable for everyone in the family over 3

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