Adelaide Gardening Calendar out now

There are so many wonderful gardening books and magazines out there, and I’m really looking forward to delving into some of them this summer! But there are times when it’s useful  to have a simple reminder of what to do in gardens right here, right now, to keep the fruit and veg coming all year round.

calendar cover 2 (Large)

This is a practical calendar for Adelaide gardeners, and especially useful for those new to food growing. Not a 2015 calendar to hang on the wall and put your appointments in, but an ongoing guide to seasonal and monthly productive garden action in our city.

It’s priced at $15 per copy (A5 size, 25 pages) and available by post or from Nadja’s Garden stall at Organic Corner Store markets on Thursday 18th December (Glenelg North), Saturday 20th December (Bellevue Heights*) and Tuesday 23rd (twilight market at Glenelg North).

bound calendars
To order, please email nadjasgarden@gmail.com.

*Sadly the Bellevue Heights OCS market is closing at the end of this year and Dec 20th will be our last regular visit there, although we look forward to popping back for the occasional Home Grown Hand Sewn markets at the school. Next year we’ll be back regularly at Glenelg North on Thursdays from January 15th – see Facebook page for updates.

Best wishes to all the lovely Hills dwellers who have visited the Bellevue market over the last 18 months and I hope to see you again soon – down on the plains, in your gardens and online.

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