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Dig It With Coffee
When
10:00am - 11:30am, Wednesday, 03 April 2019
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Where
At Zamia Cafe Kings Park, Western Australia
Phone
(+61 8) 9480 3672
Email
[email protected]
Categories
Dig it With Coffee, Summer Events

Dig It With Coffee is a great initiative to improve water-wise native gardening in Perth.

Visitors can receive free gardening advice and insight into the Backyard Botanicals Garden; a 'grow-me-at-home' display that demonstrates how easy it is to grow Western Australian native plants. The garden showcases the best in local native varieties that are hardy, water-wise and beautiful, that attract native birds and are readily available from local native plant nurseries.

In September, Dig It With Coffee events are held every Wednesday as a part of the Kings Park Festival event program.

Sessions are hosted by the Kings Park Volunteer Master Gardeners and a Kings Park horticulturist.

This is a free event, with refreshments available for purchase at Zamia Cafe.

Bookings are essential. Please phone (+61 8) 9480 3672 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

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