RTBG Thursday 9th May 2019 – remembering

Last week I recalled my first week volunteering at the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens (RTBG) – in May 2019. That day the main Food Garden changes, with which I was involved, were the removal of the almost dead mini eggplant plants, helping plant the large garlic patch, and harvesting some of the crop of feijoa fruits. Read here.

In my second week, on the 9th May last year, I was very excited to be able to return. For the privilege of working there. Once in the Food Garden I felt more comfortable through growing familiarity with how things worked and where everything was.  Read the full story of that experience here. 

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