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Gardening Forum

 

Guest Speakers each month, frequent garden visits and other socials....that's us.

We are friendly; we welcome all.   Our meetings are held on the The FIRST Wed. of the month, at 7.30pm, in a hired room at the Taroona Uniting Church, 1 Taroona Crescent.

Next Meeting: Wednesday 6th. March 2019 at 7.30pm

All welcome, especially new members!

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Coming up in 2019

Blooming Church, St David's Cathedral - 8-10 February more...

City of Hobart Dahlia and Floral Art Show -Friday, 08 March 2019 | 01:00 PM - 06:00 PM and Saturday, 09 March 2019 | 10:00 AM - 04:30 PM. Hobart City Hall. more...

 

TGF Committee 2018

  • Convenor: Anne Hallam
  • Guest Speakers, Trips/Events and trade table:  Alan Brundish, Margaret Armstrong, Neil Gray and Roslyn Nixon
  • Newsletter: Margo Graeme, Alan Brundish
  • Treasurer: Barbara Baddiley

Please contact us. Email:  tgf@taroona.tas.au

February *

Convolvulus sabatius, a non-invasive species suitable for cascading over rock walls.Convolvulus sabatius, a non-invasive species suitable for cascading over rock walls. Sedum "Autumn Joy"Sedum "Autumn Joy"

 

*Your photos are welcome. Submit your photo of the month to taroona@taroona.tas.au. Please send in jpg or png form, size 300-1000kb.

About TGF

The Forum exchanges information on plants and gardening, and members range  from the expert to the novice, so gardeners of all persuasions and talents are most welcome.  We love to share our knowledge and to get advice.   

We undertake regular field trips to gardens and farms throughout Tasmania, including members' own gardens, and we usually bring picnic lunches (ie we also love food).. 

Guest speakers are frequently arranged to address the monthly meetings, and the Forum organises two social events a year, one in July and the other in December.

If you are interested in gardening and would also like to meet members of your community then the Gardening Forum is a great place to be.