Avid gardeners with edible or productive plots across Singleton are being called upon to take part in an edible garden ramble to be held next year.
Local community group Slow Food Singleton, assisted by members of the Singleton Community Garden, have started planning for the Singleton Edible Garden Ramble on April 2 and 3.
Slow Food Singleton President Michelle Moon said organiser were keen to get gardeners from across the area involved.
"Our idea is that we will organise a program where local gardeners can open their garden to visitors, who will visit and chat with the gardener to learn about their vegie and fruit gardening techniques, successes and failures," she siad.
"The group is keen to find a range of edible gardens to be included in the ramble: ones just getting started, or a couple of years in, established ones, tiny ones, big ones, or gardens in mixed stages.
According to Ms Moon, all levels of expertise and knowledge are welcomes from beginners through to the seasoned green thumb.
"This is not about perfect or pretty gardens," she said.
"But about learning from other gardeners about what you can grow in Singleton, and how easy or hard it is".
Those who have a productive or edible garden within the Singleton local government area and are interested in participating can fill out the form that can be found on the group's Facebook page: Slow Food Singleton.
Alternatively people who are interested can email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Jan on 6571 1348.
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