RTBG on Thursday 23rd September 2021

Our volunteering efforts in the Food Garden at the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens (RTBG) last Thursday created clear beds ready for planting in the coming weeks.  Dutifully we weeded, then dug garden beds. 

Then we began the never ending task of lifting the flick weed, occasional onion weed and the clever vetch with its blades in the air so ‘now you see it and now you don’t’, in the fruit orchard.

The beauty of the plump blossom buds on the apples and quinces were the highlight of the day.

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