All you need to know about 'Alert Level 4'
Information on what Alert Level 4 means for you.
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please comeback to see our surprises !
Please ask before taking produce from the gardens. We can be contacted at: email@example.com
Some plants are specifically being grown to collect seeds for the next planting season.
Sadly, our only two caiguas (see photo below) and a yellow chili which still wasn’t ripe, have prematurely been picked.
Hopefully, whoever took them have
Wood pigeons, among many birds, visiting the gardens.
Sadly all volunteer activities on Wellington City Council land has to be put on hold at present.
Unfortunately, ceasing all volunteering includes: watering, weeding, gardening or any site maintenance at our community garden and nursery.
This is disappointing but understandable at a time when we have to put the health and wellbeing
Our regular working bees are currently on Sunday from 2pm to 4pm. If it is raining the working bee will be cancelled. During Summer we normally also meet at the garden on Wednesdays 6.30pm to 8pm.
Everyone is welcome to come along and join in. It is a pretty relaxed afternoon/evening
Kiwi Community Assistance (KCA) is a registered charity that provides and assists in the provision of household goods, clothing and food to families in need in our local area (Newlands, Johnsonville, Tawa, Porirua, Titahi Bay).
We have recently had a few good harvest at Jay St garden and have been able to
Here are a few photos from our first anniversary celebration on Sunday 9th December 2012. It was a great afternoon in the Sun. Thanks to everyone who has helped with the garden in the last year.
Check out our facebook page for more photos.
We have just added some more photos to our facebook page.
Here are a few of the photos and check out facebook for the rest. (You should be able to have a look at the page even if you are not on facebook)
On Sunday 22 April we had some of the team from SKM install mains water onsite. Thank you for your help to get our water installed. It is so great to have running water for the garden!
There are three taps now for the garden, but you will need the key
We are having a regular working bee every Tuesday night from 6.30 to 8.00pm. Come along to help with planting, weeding and to meet others involved in the project.
Due to daylight savings end soon our last working bee will be on Tuesday 27th March.
We will have weekend working bees over
We had our first working for the Jay St Garden on 10 December. We had 31 people turn up during the day to help with laying out carpet for weed mat, mulching, planting and building a strawberry bed. It was a great start to the gardens.