Green Magazine presents ‘Urban Farming: Gardening and Permaculture’


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Eckersley Garden Architecture. Photo: Alison Hoelzer.

Under the auspices of Glenn Murcutt AO’s appointment as designer of MPavilion 2019, green magazine presents green moves, (re)makes and grows, a three-day program of events revolving around sustainability, architecture, design and permaculture.


Speed Date a Garden Expert, 10am–3pm

Bring along some photos and/or plans of your garden and spend thirty minutes with a garden expert. Each of our garden experts will advise on the best plants and plans for your garden with advice on drought tolerant plants, sustainable gardening and edible plants. To book your session please click on the links below:

Karen Sutherland, Edible Eden Design: Book here

Trish Morrison, Lead Landscape Architect at Phillip Withers: Book here

Myles Broad, Director and Principal Designer, Eckersley Garden Architecture: Book here


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