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Edible Window Box Workshop

Join us for a 1.5 hour hands on gardening workshop that shows you how to create a gorgeous edible kitchen garden for your window, balcony or courtyard.

We’ll have a range of herbs and salad greens plus all the gardening materials you need on hand so you can design and make your own potted garden to take home, guided by Yates Horticultural expert Angie Thomas.

Enjoy this course in the beautiful Royal Botanic Garden Sydney, complemented with wine, antipasto spread and great company!

Mrs Macquarie Road, Sydney, NSW, 2000
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