Microgreens Planting Workshop
Join us for our first ever Microgreens Planting workshop, facilitated by avid organic gardener, Alan Knight. In this two-hour workshop, you will receive one pine wood planter box, with materials, seeds and soil to start your own micro-greens planter box, as well as, a packet of seeds for your next month of micro-greens. Along with the above materials and planting lesson, you will learn how to mix the best soil for transplanting seedlings, mix your own potting soil into a plastic pot (commercial kind) with a basil plant (all to be taken home with you), and you will gain insight into which nutritional organic plant foods you can use for maximum flavour and health. The workshop fee also includes delicious snacks and drinks lovingly made by the team at Maker's Menu.
There will be organic fish emulsion, worm tea and vermicompost packs available at wholesale prices.
There are only 15 spots available at this exciting workshop. Don't miss out!
Street parking only. Parking can be limited, so if you're attending the workshop with friends, we suggest driving together. Palmer Road is a one-way street carrying from Killarney Rd, which is off of Atlantic Road.
- Microgreens are a vegetable green, harvested after sprouting as shoots, and used both as a visual and flavour component or ingredient in various recipes.