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Have a garden? Interested in permaculture? Learn about soil, plants, and how to be sustainable at this workshop. It's taught by Kay Baxter, founder of New Zealand's permaculture research institute, Koanga Institute. She not only has a huge garden of her own, she also works on saving heritage seeds. You'll be inspired to do more than just water your houseplants after this wakeup call.

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By Theresa Winters   |   Photos by Kay Baxter

Very Edible Gardens details

Cnr Roberts & Stewart St, Brunswick East 3057

Telephone 03 9389 0100

Price $15.00 to $20.00

Date Wed 06 Jun 2012

Open 6.30-8.30pm

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