Fruits of our labour


Jim cooks up a storm on the sausage sizzle (the storm arrived 30 minutes later)


A magnificent day in our garden - the social area's retaining wall was built, followed by a lunch of sausages, scones with a salad of fresh chard and beetroot leaves picked straight from our plots.


Lots of handy hints from fruit tree expert Morgan Koegal from 3000 Acres as we look to start an orchard.

What should our initial 20 trees be? Let us know in the comments section, on our Facebook or Instagram pages or send us an email at willsmerekitchengarden@gmail.com


Also some of the local resources that Morgan mentioned were:

https://localfoodconnect.org.au/

https://www.leafrootfruit.com.au/

www.baag.com.au/

https://ceres.org.au/

https://www.diggers.com.au/


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