Volunteers gathered at the Community Garden on a sunny and warm early Spring day for gardening and socialising.
Gardeners started by fertilising remaining garden beds with organic blood and bone fertiliser and watering vegetables with a foliar application of Seasol nutrient supplement to boost Spring growth of plants.
Crops were watered well with the continuing dry weather, but vegetables are growing rapidly with the warm Spring days.
Young broad bean seedlings in garden bed 5 are now well emerged and growing well.
Mizuna in garden bed 1 has bolted and is displaying a wonderful array of yellow flowers.
Gardeners also did some further work in developing garden bed 6 for Spring plantings.
An enjoyable volunteer session at the Community Garden!