Create a Habitat Garden
Learn how to create a bio-diverse habitat garden to support your local wildlife.
Participants will learn about:
- elements that support nesting and shelter
- selecting plants as a food source and succession planting
- the importance of incorporating water into the garden
- the effect chemical sprays and poison baits have on wildlife
- protecting plants/trees whilst minimising harm to birds and other mammals
All participants will take home a plant to get their habitat garden started.
This workshop is open to people aged 15 years and over. No previous gardening knowledge required.
Location Date and Time
This workshop is held at our Eltham centre - 739 Main Road
Date: Wednesday 26 October
What to bring
About the Tutor
Melissa Houselander is a qualified Horticulturist, with experience and passion for social and therapeutic horticulture, native gardens and tending her own orchard, large vegetable patch and keeping chickens.
Melissa is a local, and runs her own business providing horticultural services, sustainable landscape design and is a Tutor of Horticulture.
How to Enrol
Applications for enrolment can be processed using our online system.
If the course you are interested in is not listed, it may be booked out. Please contact us using the 'Enquire now' button above to find out about future courses.
If you are a concession card holder you will need to present your concession card at one of our centres prior to the start of the course in order to be eligible for the concession fee.