Author Archives: Josephine Mifsud

Friends of Burnley Garden – Plant Sale, Wednesday 29th August

FOBG regular plant sales are great source of funds for the gardens, and a way for gardeners to obtain a variety of well-grown, healthy plants at very competitive prices. The  Propagation Group grows a range of garden-worthy and sometimes unusual plants, … Continue reading

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BBM Youth Support – Horticultural Awards

BBM Youth Support Awards open for applications  BBM Youth Support is offering one $8,000 Award to young horticulturalists aged 16-23, designed to help the successful applicant develop specialist skills and widen their networks overseas. Upon their return, awardees are then … Continue reading

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Gardens of India & Kashmir

Friends of Burnley Garden Inc invite you to a talk by Warwick Forge on the Gardens of India & Kashmir.  For more details please see this flyer.   Please like & share:

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Professional Development Workshops delivered by Dirtscape Dreaming

Deciding on a career change comes after years of yearning, searching, reflection and determination. The journey into Landscape Design has many varied pathways, often leaving a chasm of learning yet to be discovered, with no guide. Many dreams fall into … Continue reading

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GMCT Rose Pruning Workshops : July 2018

The Greater Metropolitan Cemeteries Trust is hosting Rose Pruning Workshops at three of its Memorial sites:  Fawkner, Lilydale,  and Altona Sessions will be held at the same time/dates across all sites: Tuesday 3 July 2018, 10-11am Thursday 5 July 2018, … Continue reading

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Tree Project Update – 10 Year Commemoration Planting Day, Saturday 2nd June, 2018

You may remember EWHA’s involvement with the Tree Project back in 2013.  The Tree Project Team is looking for help to do more planting to finish work on the site. In readiness for the 10 Year Commemoration of Black Saturday … Continue reading

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Treloar Roses Pruning Day, Saturday 2nd June, 2018

Treloar Roses are having their annual pruning day in the first week of June. Learn all the tips and tricks from the experts on how to prune your roses for best results.  For more details visit their website and view … Continue reading

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Create A Healing Garden Retreat, May 24th, 30th and 31st, 2018

Dirtscape Dreaming is running a 3 day workshop at Woodend on how to creating a healing garden.     Run over 3 days, Cost includes all materials, inspiration + endless cups of tea & coffee. For more details view this link. Please … Continue reading

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Hort Innovation Churchill Fellowship 2018

Hort Innovation is partnering with the Churchill Trust to develop tomorrow’s leaders of the Australian horticulture industry. The Hort Innovation Churchill Fellowship funds a member of an Australian levy-paying horticulture business to undertake international research on a topic relevant to all … Continue reading

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Celia Rosser Exhibition and Hamilton Botanic Gardens

The Friends of the Geelong Botanic Gardens have organised a bus trip to the Hamilton Gallery  to view the Celia  Rosser Exhibition The Banksias and to the Hamilton Botanic Gardens:  Thursday April 19 Described by bryologist Dr George Scott as, “The greatest … Continue reading

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