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Pop Up Patch

Bree Laughlin

Date: 1st November 2015

Episode: 11


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Have you always wanted to grow your own veggies but never had the space? Learn the ins and outs of growing your crops in small spaces with an Edible Gardening Workshop at the Pop Up Patch. These guys are passionate about getting people into the garden and growing the food they love to eat. Located in St Kilda, you can get your hands dirty with one of the interactive workshops. There is even scarecrow making! In these half-hour hands-on workshops, kids will make their own scarecrows, learning how to stuff and decorate them. For the super green thumbs other workshops such as preserving are available where you’ll be shown how to make your favourite produce last all year long.

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Pop Up Patch

Russell Court, behind Federation Square, Melbourne 3000

Ph: 9531 5594

Edible Gardening Workshop: $45, once a month on Saturdays

Scarecrow Making Class: $15, once a month Sundays

Check website for class times

www.littleveggiepatchco.com.au

Prices correct as at 01/11/15
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