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Women in Horticulture: Clare Hart

Women in Horticulture: Clare Hart

Clare Hart is Acting Executive Director at Royal Botanic Gardens Victoria (Melbourne). After starting out in Fine Art Painting she switched to horticulture and has held several roles involving Garden Design,
Nursery Management and Arboriculture as well as management of public open spaces with local government and botanic gardens. You may also remember her from the 3RRR radio gardening program
“Dirty Deeds”.

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Spotlight on a member: Shannon Blackbourn

Spotlight on a member: Shannon Blackbourn

One of our newest members, Shannon Blackbourn hails from Canberra and runs her own landscaping business ‘Panacea Landscapes’. After helping out with MIFGS show gardens last year, Shannon decided to enter her own garden this year, taking on all the added complexities that being an interstate entrant entails.
She entered gardens in both the Border Garden and Balcony Garden Competitions and promptly took out first prize for her Balcony garden!

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Event Highlight: Tour of FareShare

Event Highlight: Tour of FareShare

Perfect weather greeted us on our tour of FareShare’s fruit and vegetable gardens at Baguley Farm in Clayton South. Isabel Menssink, Garden Program Manager who manages all 3 of the charity’s gardens, took us around the huge site, explaining the logistical challenges...

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