During April Garden Club we cared for a woolly bear caterpillar, saved from being strimmed at the allotment. The young people created a habitat and watched it’s growth. It has now emerged as a beautiful Garden Tiger Moth, very exciting and worth the wait!
Our After School Club did some watering in the garden today, although I think they watered each other more than the plants!
The rainbow pavilion was given a fresh lick of paint to brighten it up for Summer, come along and have a look!
We’re delighted to be supporting the One Planet Picnic, hosted by the One World Centre. This weekend we will be providing fresh produce for this community event, along with other community growing projects across the city.There will be something for everyone, so come along for a great afternoon!
Everyone who has been involved in community gardening knows the benefits it brings: meeting people, learning new skills, getting some exercise, and improving wellbeing. There is currently very little research into these benefits, but now you can help! If you’ve ever used the community garden here at the centre, or…
Our Summer Garden Club is almost fully booked! If you would like to book a space for your child, drop into the centre or call Dannielle on 01382 802628.
We’ll be having a Seed and Plant Swap at the centre on Friday from 12-2pm. Come along to swap your unwanted seeds, or just to pick up something new. We’ll be happy to answer questions and offer advice.
It has been a fun 2 weeks at Spring Garden Club with lots of digging, planting, crafts and socialising. Now the countdown to Summer Garden Club begins…
Last year our school and ESOL groups entered prize-winning produce for the Dundee Fruit and Flower Festival! If anyone wishes to enter a specific flower, fruit or vegetable for the Dundee Fruit and Flower Show 2016, let Jack know as soon as possible, as some of these varieties need starting…
We are running a new garden workshop this month:Make Your Own Seedtape and Wildflower Seed Bombs (18th March). The workshop will run from 12-2pm and is free to attend so please feel free to come along.