RTBG Thursday 16th May 2019 – remembering

For my first week volunteering at the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens (RTBG) you can read about eggplant, garlic and feijoa here.

In my second week, I picked olives, planted two different kinds of mustard under the olive trees, cleared out some dying tomato plants, weeded brassica beds, planted Kale and tasted Yakon. Read more here.

In my third week, weeding oxalis was my main job. During the day I learnt a great deal about compost thanks to fellow volunteer A. Read about that experience here.

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