Grow your own Asian vegetables Tucker Patch workshop

Tucker Patch Asian Vegie Growing Workshop: Fri 23 Feb 2018

Learn the secrets of success when it comes to growing your own Asian vegetables and give your garden, your health and your tastebuds a boost!

Asian vegetables are not only delicious and fun to experiment with in cooking – they are also highly nutritious and come in a huge range of types and varieties, including greens such as pak choi and bok choi, Chinese cabbage, Chinese celery, Chinese broccoli, Chinese spinach, mustard greens, snowpeas, watercress, radishes and shallots, edible chrysanthemum, mitzuna, coriander, garlic, lemongrass and more.

So if you’d like to add some variety to your diet, some zing to your cooking – not to mention some interest to your garden – come along to our Growing Asian Vegies Workshop and learn how to grow these tasty, healthy crops.

The Workshop will be presented by qualified horticulturist Marnie Johnson, and will cover the Asian vegies that you can grow through autumn and winter. You will learn how to prepare your soil, choose the best aspect, when to sow and harvest, how grow your own seedlings, how to grow in extreme weather conditions and how to practice organic pest management.

WHERE: The Tucker Patch, 62 Cemetery Rd Gloucester

WHEN: Friday 23 February 2018, 1.30pm to 3.00pm

COST: $25 (Tucker Patch members $15), book at Gloucester Health Foods by 5pm on 21 Feb or at the Friday Farmgate by 16 Feb.

CONTACT: More details at www.tuckerpatch.com.au  or call 0484 001 390 or  info@gloucesterfoodhub.org