Sulyn’s Soil Improvement & Garden Tour

October 12, 2014

October 12, 2014

10:00 am To 12:00 pm

59 Strickland Avenue South Hobart

61417136854

Event Description

Meet Sulyn in her awesome garden in South Hobart— she’s one of the most passionate and well-informed soil improvers you’ll ever meet. Her clay-clogged land has been completely transformed through hard slog and her own technique of ‘forest floor gardening’ to improve soil health.

Based on the practice of hugelkulture, she’s used this technique to develop a magnificantly abundant & much-loved garden by the upper reaches of the Hobart Rivulet.

Learn how she’s done this and is still developing some more challenging parts of the garden; visit a beautiful part of South Hobart at the base of Mt Wellington and spend time within this chemical-free oasis with goats & chooks galore and be inspired by Sulyn’s innovation and enthusiasm.

Organizers

Harvest Feast

http://www.harvestfeast.com.au

Short description—organiser

Harvest Feast is at the Salamanca Market site 218-219 every market day from 8am to 3pm. We support local producers of both certified and non certified organic goods by ensuring a fair price for fair food! 

We aim to provide our community with the finest & freshest Australian & Tasmanian produce — sourced from farmers, growers and producers who care strongly about sustainable & chemical free production.

Email Michelle at harvestfeasttas@gmail.com by Wednesday 8 October.

Contact Information

harvestfeasttas@gmail.com

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