Premaydena Garden Annual Plant Sale


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Premaydena Garden Spring Plant Sale


It’s time to welcome spring and get out into the garden! The dedicated volunteers at Premaydena Garden have been sowing seeds and potting on seedlings ready for their spring plant sale from 11:00am to 2:00pm on Saturday 30th September. They’ve grown vegetables, flowers, perennials and shrubs, all suitable for planting out now on the Tasman Peninsula. So come along to find treasures and staples for your garden.
The Open Day is also an opportunity to chat to the Garden volunteers and your gardening friends while enjoying a cup of billy tea and sausage sizzle, and to explore the Premaydena Heritage Garden. The Garden was first envisioned as a public garden space in 2014. Since then, volunteers have come together to transform a six-acre paddock into a working community garden that celebrates the rich heritage of the area amongst native and exotic trees, shrubs and flowers.


As well as propagating and planting hundreds of plants, the Premaydena Garden team has installed watering systems, built a shade house and potting shed, and created a community vegetable garden with several wicking beds that are filled with seasonal herbs and vegetables. A three-bay timber shed is almost complete and will offer space for a workshop, kitchen, and interpretation display. Future plans for the Garden include a picnic site, a performance amphitheatre and, at the highest point of the block, a viewing platform overlooking the old Convict Probation Station at Impression Bay.


This is a vibrant and exciting community project which brings together volunteers from diverse sectors of the community; its continuing success relies entirely on the commitment of local volunteers and newcomers are always welcome.


The Spring Plant Sale is on Saturday 30th September from 11:00am to 14:00pm


Premaydena Garden, 1 Jones Road, Premaydena.

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