Warm Season Vegetable Growing (Online Workshop)

Learn to prepare your veggie garden for warm season growing.

Young plants grow in a well maintained warm season garden

Workshop details

This 1.5-hour online workshop will run on the following date in 2023:

Wed 6 Sep

Concession available

It’s September and spring is just around the corner. Is your garden ready?

This online workshop will help you prepare for growing vegetables this spring, whether you have a large, small or balcony garden. There’ll be an opportunity to ask questions in a trouble shooting Q&A session.

In the workshop you will explore:

  • Which veggies grow in spring and summer
  • When to start and plant your spring vegetables
  • How to grow veggies from seed and seedlings
  • Preparing your soil and potting mixes for optimum spring growth
  • Looking after your veggies through the growing season

Donna Livermore is an educator, biologist, permaculture and gardening teacher, and community activator.

She is passionate about living a life of good health, sustainable abundance and with a strong connection to the environment and local community. Donna has an on-going commitment to school education through her work in sustainability and biodiversity education.

With chickens, worms and a productive food garden in the front yard of her tiny suburban block, Donna is reimagining what it means to live a good life in the city and shares this with others in her local community and through her Instagram page @AGoodLifeintheCityandTown.

What will I learn?

  • Spring and summer veggie selection
  • Growing veggies from seed and seedlings
  • When to plant your spring veggies
  • Soil and potting mix preparation
  • Growing season tasks

Is this workshop appropriate for me?

  • This is an online workshop so you’ll need a computer with good Internet access to join the workshop.

Terms and conditions

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