Image Of Fruiting Citrus 'Sunrise Lime'. Image By Rodger Elliot
Citrus ‘Sunrise Lime’ produces a semi-sweet fruit that can be eaten whole or used as a garnish with many dishes.

Useful Plants Day – July 1

Join us on July 1 for a new type of event! Learn how Australian plants are useful for a number of purposes including food, fibre, timber, dyeing, art and craft. Hear from the following experts:

  • Bruce Pascoe, renowned author of Dark Emu, Black Seeds : agriculture or accident
  • Julian Hill, head chef at Paringa Estate Winery in Red Hill
  • John Thompson, on native Australian plants utilised for Art and Craft
  • Pat Dale one of Australia’s leading basket artists
  • Andrea Hopgood will reveal the uses of our plants for dyeing fabrics
  • Woodworking with members of the Wonthaggi Woodies
  • our very own Chloe Foster, will demonstrate propagation techniques that can be used at home on useful Australian food plants.

Book via our WINTER Naturelink Event Book Form.

 

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