Kids Event: Growing Gardeners – Sunday

Start: 28 Apr 2019 | 16:00 - 17:30
Category: / Venue: Festival Hub @ Taman Kuliner. Jl. Raya Sanggingan, Ubud (Google Maps)
Cost: Free, with reservation. BUY TICKET

Do your little ones love digging around in the garden? Led by the friendly team from Ancut Garden Oasis, in this workshop your growing gardeners can learn about saving seeds, soil health, raising seedlings, composting and harvesting – all they need to know to create a bountiful little vegetable patch.

Includes all materials. Meet at Coffee Corner.

Apakah si kecil memperlihatkan rasa ingin tahu terhadap kebun? Dipandu oleh tim ramah dari Ancut Garden Oasis, pada lokakarya ini tukang kebunmu yang sedang tumbuh dapat belajar cara menyimpan benih, kesehatan tanah, menumbuhkan benih, membuat kompos, dan memanen – semua yang perlu mereka ketahui untuk membuat sepetak kebun sayuran yang subur.

Sudah termasuk semua bahan. Titik temu di Coffee Corner.


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