Our Gardening Club.
We are now entering our tenth year of gardening activities with 15 members and 80 square metres of fertile soil ready to produce wonderful vegetables for the group.
We have two plots at The Ringwood Community Garden in Selkirk Avenue in Wantirna. Our plots are surrounded by treated hardwood sleepers. The raised beds are aesthetically pleasing to look at, and aid good drainage and management.
Our group meets monthly to work on the plots and then have morning tea together.
Members also visit the garden at other times to assist with watering, weeding and other chores. We can grow almost any vegetable we fancy, with corn, tomatoes, various types of beans, potatoes and strawberries being favourites.
Our members join in with Community Garden rosters for mowing and general working bees.
The garden is a very relaxing place to visit, wander around and talk to the vast variety of people who work their plots.
Ringwood Clocktower Probus Club Garden Group
Second Tuesday of the Month
Morning Tea under the old Oak tree and lawn area, bring a plate. Hot water, cups, tea, coffee & milk provided. If able bring a plate to share
GARDENING CLUB REPORT
September working day was interesting watching the mother ducks and their duckling’s enjoying the ponds that had developed during the heavy rains we received on the first week of Spring. Not much work could be done, smart gardeners had gumboots to wear, others decided garden runners where more comfortable in the muddy water around our garden plots. By the end of work a reasonable amount of fresh produce had been picked and shared by those attending.
We welcomed back our holiday members who where wise enough to head north for the Victorian winter.
The garden will be in good shape once it dries out, thanks to Don Bignell, Graeme Roy, Ron Ireland, Viv Keys, Heather Glover, David Cooper and John Wicks who all turned up when needed, in all types of weather conditions and maintained the garden.
Invitation to all Ringwood Clock Tower Members, you are invited to join the garden club members for morning tea under our great oak tree on the 10.30 AM on 12th November 2019. Come early and inspect the Community Garden and if available sample some of our produce.
Our Next Working Day- Second Tuesday of the Month
9.00AM till 10.30 AM Tuesday 8th October 2019
Community Gardens Selkirk Ave Heathmont.
Morning tea shall be under the large oak tree, bring a plate to share. Hot water, milk, tea and coffee and mugs, shall be provided.
Additional working day will be held on the 4th Tuesday of the month
Tuesday 24th September 2019 for additional maintenance of the plots
9.00 AM till 10.30 AM or any time in-between
Bring a Thermos of your favourite brew to enjoy while working or just having a chat.
Community Garden access key holders
Rod Hindhaugh 0418 550574
Jenny Doreian 0407 119155
Graeme Roy 0409 504486
Rod Hindhaugh Convenor. 0418 550574 0397292771