IF you ever wanted to find out more about The Lost Plot, here is your chance.
The Central Road community garden is hosting an open day on June 24 between noon and 2pm.
The community is invited to learn about the garden, while it is an opportunity for members to renew their membership and for others to sign up.
There will be a shared lunch too.
The garden is packed with produce.
For example, celery, kale, broccoli, snow peas and sweet potato are thriving.
Marketing and events officer Denis Juelicher said the open day would be an opportunity for members to renew their membership, while interested people could meet the committee and see what was being done in the garden.
New members can sign up too.
There are about 80 members on the books.
A bees wax wraps workshop on the day is booked out.
The Lost Plot is involved with a range of activities.
Click here to learn about the garden’s involvement in World Soil Day 2016, for example.
What is The Lost Plot?
A volunteer-based not-for-profit organisation manages The Lost Plot.
The garden is a constantly evolving community space.
The community garden relies on membership fees and fundraising activities to support the garden and its activities.
Members can get involved in gardening activities, learn about gardening and sustainable living, help with events or with the management of the garden.
There is no mandatory involvement.
Click here for more information about The Lost Plot.