PROVISIONAL PROGRAM

Open Garden 2021
SATURDAY   
10.30amElizabeth Grove primary schoolYellow brick Road – All day long child and parent trailJoe Blue garden back veranda
10.25amAntony Yates
(5 min – limit 50)
Welcome to country   Rosanne red garden front yard talk area
10.30am Kym Ormond
(50 min – limit 50)
Permaculturing your backyardRosanne red garden front yard talk area
11.30amMalcolm Haines
(40 min – limit 15)
Edible weedsmeet John pink garden middle of back yard alongside zucchini beds
11:45Joe
(20 min – limit 15)
Summer pruning for fruitmeet Mary green garden under clothesline
11.45amRosanne Parker
(60 min – limit 50)
The Garden Vision: Past, Present and FutureRosanne red garden front yard talk
12.15pm Phil Curl
(40 min – limit 25)
Wicking bedsJohn pink garden front carport
1pm Prof Drew Dawson
(50 min – limit 50)
Biochar and BiofertiliserRosanne red garden front yard talk area
2pmPanel Q&A
(60 min – limit 50)
Growing food, climate change and living sustainablyRosanne red garden front yard talk area
3.15pmAndrew Thompson (25 min- limit 50)Summer pruning Q&ARosanne red garden front yard talk area
3.45pmJoe.K
(25 min – limit 15)
drippers and spraysRosanne red garden front yard talk area
    
SUNDAY   
10.30amElizabeth Grove primary schoolYellow brick Road – All day long child and parent trailJoe Blue garden back veranda
10.30amJacqui Garcia
(50 min – limit 50)  –
Wild FermentationRosanne red garden front yard talk area
11.30amBen Waddelow
(50 min – limit 50)
Jujubes and other unusual fruits 
11:45Joe
(20 min – limit 15)
Summer pruning for fruitmeet Mary green garden under clothesline
1pm Sophie Thomson (50 min – limit 50)Lessons we have learned from the garden in 2020Rosanne red garden front yard talk area
2pmPanel Q&A
(60 min – limit 50)
Growing food, climate change and living sustainablyRosanne red garden front yard talk area
3.15pmAndrew Thompson (25 min- limit 50)Summer pruning Q&ARosanne red garden front yard talk area
    
Stalls, food and displays   
dailyConnected gardenPicture displayJoe blue garden back veranda
dailyRare fruit Society of SAPicture displayJoe blue garden back veranda
dailyGrow FreeDisplayRosanne red garden lawn
dailyNAWMAWaste and recyclingRosanne red garden lawn
dailyPlayford CouncilenvironmentalRosanne red garden lawn
dailyThe Food ForestPermaculture displayRosanne red garden lawn
SundaySunlands JujubesFruit trees for saleRosanne red garden lawn
dailyAgritourismUrban FarmstayRosanne red garden lawn
dailyVolunteersBBQ and drinksRosanne red garden back veranda and side café area
dailyVolunteersTea, coffee and cakeRosanne red garden back veranda and side café area



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PROVISIONAL PROGRAM
Open Garden 2021
SATURDAY
 
 
 
10.30am
Elizabeth Grove primary school
Yellow brick Road – All day long child and parent trail
Joe Blue garden back veranda
10.25am
Antony Yates
(5 min – limit 50)
Welcome to country   
Rosanne red garden front yard talk area
10.30am
 Kym Ormond
(50 min – limit 50)
Permaculturing your backyard
Rosanne red garden front yard talk area
11.30am
Malcolm Haines
(40 min – limit 15)
Edible weeds
meet John pink garden middle of back yard alongside zucchini beds
11:45
Joe
(20 min – limit 15)
Summer pruning for fruit
meet Mary green garden under clothesline
11.45am
Rosanne Parker
(60 min – limit 50)
The Garden Vision: Past, Present and Future
Rosanne red garden front yard talk
12.15pm
 Phil Curl
(40 min – limit 25)
Wicking beds
John pink garden front carport
1pm
 Prof Drew Dawson
(50 min – limit 50)
Biochar and Biofertiliser
Rosanne red garden front yard talk area
2pm
Panel Q&A
(60 min – limit 50)
Growing food, climate change and living sustainably
Rosanne red garden front yard talk area
3.15pm
Andrew Thompson (25 min- limit 50)
Summer pruning Q&A
Rosanne red garden front yard talk area
3.45pm
Joe.K
(25 min – limit 15)
drippers and sprays
Rosanne red garden front yard talk area
 
 
 
 
SUNDAY
 
 
 
10.30am
Elizabeth Grove primary school
Yellow brick Road – All day long child and parent trail
Joe Blue garden back veranda
10.30am
Jacqui Garcia
(50 min – limit 50)  –
Wild Fermentation
Rosanne red garden front yard talk area
11.30am
Ben Waddelow
(50 min – limit 50)
Jujubes and other unusual fruits
 
11:45
Joe
(20 min – limit 15)
Summer pruning for fruit
meet Mary green garden under clothesline
1pm
 Sophie Thomson (50 min – limit 50)
Lessons we have learned from the garden in 2020
Rosanne red garden front yard talk area
2pm
Panel Q&A
(60 min – limit 50)
Growing food, climate change and living sustainably
Rosanne red garden front yard talk area
3.15pm
Andrew Thompson (25 min- limit 50)
Summer pruning Q&A
Rosanne red garden front yard talk area
 
 
 
 
Stalls, food and displays
 
 
 
daily
Connected garden
Picture display
Joe blue garden back veranda
daily
Rare fruit Society of SA
Picture display
Joe blue garden back veranda
daily
Grow Free
Display
Rosanne red garden lawn
daily
NAWMA
Waste and recycling
Rosanne red garden lawn
daily
Playford Council
environmental
Rosanne red garden lawn
daily
The Food Forest
Permaculture display
Rosanne red garden lawn
Sunday
Sunlands Jujubes
Fruit trees for sale
Rosanne red garden lawn
daily
Agritourism
Urban Farmstay
Rosanne red garden lawn
daily
Volunteers
BBQ and drinks
Rosanne red garden back veranda and side café area
daily
Volunteers
Tea, coffee and cake
Rosanne red garden back veranda and side café area

PLANT SALES

PLANT SALE LIST Here it is! You can order from 3pm Sunday 7 February and orders will be filled strictly in the order received from 3 pm. Some plants are in limited supply so we will get back to you and inform you which plants are still available and the total cost of your order. In order to buy this way, you MUST pre-purchase a ticket from Eventbrite whether you intend to come to the Open Garden or not to be fair to everyone. You need to pay by direct debit and the banking details will be sent to you in the return email. Some banks do immediate transfer(Osko) but some take a couple of days so an emailed receipt is necessary in that case. Please send all orders to rosanneparker@bigpond.com rather than ordering through Facebook. You will be able to pick up your plants on Thursday or Friday(times to be advised) or after 1pm on Saturday or all day Sunday. We have put this in place for this year to avoid the crowding that can happen on the plant stall so we can all maintain a safe social distance. Apologies that the original list was hard to read but Facebook will not preserve Word formatting so we had to save as a jpeg to upload which meant it was small and in 4 pieces. Hopefully this one is more user friendly!

size price x Qty Plant
100mm $4 x9 Silvanberry
200mm $8 x3 Silvanberry
100mm $4 x4 thornless Blackberry
200mm $8 x9 thornless Blackberry
100mm $4 x10 Raspberry
100mm $5 x21 Cape gooseberry
100mm $5 x13 Goji berry
100mm $4 x100 Strawberry (Rosanne)
Herbs, veggies etc
200mm $5 x6 Feverfew
100mm $3 x4 Lemon balm
200mm $7 x3 Lemon balm
100mm $3 x12 Aloe vera
100mm $3 x2 Chervil
100mm $4 x8 Lagos Spinach
100mm $3 x4 Parsley, Italian
100mm $3 x13 Chilli – unlabelled variety
125mm $4 x1 Chilli – unlabelled variety
150mm $10 x6 Galangal
100mm $8 x4 cardamom ginger
100mm $8 x26 Native ginger
100mm $3 x2 Wormwood (artemisia)
70mm $2 x20 Sweet potato –white
100mm $3 x9 Sweet potato –white
300mm $10 x5 Comfrey
100mm $3 x6 Kangaroo apple
Fruit trees and subtropical fruit
100mm $10 x26 Dragonfruit (various types) medium size
200mm $12 x3 Dragonfruit (various types) large size
200mm $12 x2 Dragonfruit (red/white) large size
100mm $12 x19 Dragonfruit pink medium size
cutting $5 x20 Dragonfruit cuttings (various types)
100mm $8 x2 Sugar Cane
150mm $8 x10 Pepino
100mm $5 x2 Papaya
200mm $20 x15 Mango
100mm $10 x4 Chestnut seedling
200mm $25 x6 Monstera deliciosa (Mexican fruit salad plant)
200mm $25 x3 Achiote
100mm $5 x4 Pineapple
100mm $8 x4 Elderberry
100mm $15 x6 Macadamia
100mm $10 x16 Guava yellow cherry YCG
100mm $10 x56 Guava Hawaiian HG
100mm $10 x11 Guava Malay Red MR
100mm $10 x13 Guava Mexican cream MC
200mm $15 x3 Guava unlabelled
100mm $10 x20 Barbados Gooseberry (tropical climbing cactus)
100mm $8 x3 Curry leaf
100mm $10 x2 Kei apple
100mm $20 x12 Plum pine (Illawarra plum) set of 3 trees
150mm $20 x1 Plum pine (Illawarra plum)
100mm $10 x6 Walking stick palm
200mm $25 x1 Walking stick palm
100mm $8 x12 Cedar Bay Cherry (small)
100mm $10 x17 Brazil Cherry (small)
100mm $5 x9 Ruby saltbush
100mm $5 x9 Loquat
100mm $5 x23 Loquat #9
200mm $15 x2 Banana
100mm $4 x9 Mislabelled – nice peach or Sicilian nectarine
100mm $5 x4 Joe peach
100mm $5 x2 Rosanne peach
100mm $4 x6 seedling Nectarines (recently germinated)
100mm $5 x3 Apricot (various)
grapes – more will be available from next October
bag $10 x24 Grapes – Canada Muscat (CAN or CM)
bag $10 x36 Grapes – white table (WHITE or W)
bag $10 x4 Grapes – black table (BLACK or B or DAD)
bag $10 x1 Grapes – Crimson seedless (CS)
bag $10 x15 Grapes – White Muscat (WM)
bag $10 x11 Grapes – Sultana (S)
bag $10 x3 Grapes – Hunisa (HUN)
bag $10 x9 Grapes – Black Maroo (MAR)
bag $10 x25 Grapes – Red Prince (RED PR)
bag $10 x12 Grapes – Red Globe (RG
figs – around 20 varieties plus a few more for collectors – more will be available from next October
21bags $160 x2 Collection of 21 figs for a 6x6m double circle
10bags $90 x2 Collection of 10 selected figs
bag $10 x1 M1 Celeste
bag $10 x2 M2 Yellow Ischia
bag $10 x6 M6 Lemon Lennie
bag $10 x18 R Rosanne’s
bag $10 x21 WA White Adriatic
bag $10 x31 Y1 Spanish dessert
bag $10 x6 Y2 Julie S R1T2
bag $10 x5 Y3 Julie S R1T4
bag $10 x28 Y7 large green Greek
bag $10 x8 Y8 williams
bag $10 x3 Y14 needs pollinator
bag $10 x8 Y15 flat Spanish dessert
bag $10 x14 Y16 Kalamata
bag $10 x7 X2 St Ann church Spanish dessert
bag $10 x97 Z1 Skoss 1
bag $10 x6 Z2 Black Ischia
bag $10 x2 Z5 Alma
bag $10 x4 Z7 Gwen 2
bag $10 x20 Z11 MB Brown Turkey
bag $10 x6 Z12 Adams Pride
individually priced larger pots
300mm $20 x1 white table grape mature

300mm $30 x1 Palm trees mature
Ornamentals
bag $8 x3 Glory vine
100mm $4 x1 Palm tree
200mm $10 x3 Palm tree
150mm $8 x10 Pittosporum undulatum
150mm $8 x4 Pepper tree
100mm $5 x1 Kurrajong
100mm $5 x1 Jacaranda
100mm $5 x48 succulents assorted
200mm $12 x16 succulents assorted
1kg $15 x20 Honey
500g $10 x20 Honey
potluck unlabelled
bag $4 x4 Grapes unlabelled
bag $4 x4 figs unlabelled

WEATHER GODS SEEM TO BE SMILING…

A couple of weeks out from the Open Garden and I usually take a peak at the extended forecast at this time, bearing in mind that the further away it is the less accurate it is likely to be. I almost squealed with delight to see that all of the next two weeks is mild, mostly low twenties, with quite a bit of rain as well. Next weekend’s working bees days are almost cold and the OG days are down for 23. Even if it jumps a bit it looks unlikely that we will get a stinker. Personally, I adore hot weather but for OG it’s way more comfortable in the 20s and last year we had our best crowds ever with the mild weather. Please keep on track!

Open Garden 2021 for Open Gardens SA

6 Argent St, Elizabeth Grove SA 5112, Australia

Saturday 13 February and Sunday 14 February 10am to 4.30pm

Two days of speakers, workshops and demonstrations among five lush productive gardens where you will have the chance to get your questions answered by expert food growers. This is our ninth Open Garden and they are now well known for being the place to be if you want to learn to grow your own food. In recent years we have also had an emphasis on permaculture and sustainability. There will be our usual range of excellent speakers, the details of which are still being finalised. Activities for children. Sausage sizzle, hot and cold drinks and cakes available. Vegan/vegetarian food also. Massive plant sale of edible plants at ridiculously low prices. Lots of fig trees and grape vines of different varieties. As usual 100% of our share of the gate takings will be donated to charity: in recent years this has been for local bushfire relief! This is not a free event(as suggested by FB which I cannot remove) standard Open Garden costs apply$8 adults, $6 concession, children under 18 free. This event may be subject to COVID safe restrictions but we will not know until closer to the time but at this stage we plan to go ahead. Please share widely!