The weather was relatively kind compared to last year’s event and we were lucky to have a shady site for our plant stall. Our gazebo was overflowing with plants we have been propagating, ranging from various berries, dwarf heritage apples and figs to seedlings and herbs.
We love propagating unusual food crops too – like water chestnuts, cape gooseberries and taro. Our diet has been dumbed-down over previous decades and it is important that we vary our diet to maintain good health.
We had a profitable day, helped by sharing a site with our Volunteering Wingecarribee friends. Funds will go towards a replacement trailer (second-hand, of course) for the one stolen in early January.