10 October 2017

It might be Winter but at Renaissance it is also a busy time in the community vegetable garden with residents tending their own little plot of garden creating an abundance of produce to enjoy during the cooler months. 

Residents are presently growing lettuce, tomatoes, beetroot, peas, beans, potatoes, spring onions, ginger, broccoli, capsicums and even strawberries.

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This area also has a garden shed for storing tools and a compost tumbler to help with adding vital nutrients back into the soil. The communal herb garden is there for anyone to snip a few herbs to put into that hearty Winter stew, soup or Sunday roast dinner. 

Category: the winter veggie patch

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