Very busy with people coming armed with seeds to swap, plants and cuttings to donate or just pop-ing in to see what it was all about.
Our first attempt of the Apple Press went well; With probably the best apple juice in, if not the world, but then definitely in Deal that morning. We used the pop-up stove to make on the site spiced apple with herbs from the garden
Imogen did some of her world famous Blinis with Beetroot and Onion relish from the garden.
Lots of thanks: Donated organic apples from Huguenot Farm nr Blean (thank you Carole Sturgeon & Bill Howarth); Tracy's friend in Folkestone who lent the Press; Everyone who donated plants. Thank you to Andy Garland at BBC Radio Kent; Tracy and Imogen for organising and all our great volunteers from Deal With It's projects at the Landmark and Deal Station Garden.
All our photos are here
We had a little over £50 in donations towards the Gardens.
We have plenty of plants left so pop in at the Garden any Saturday to see if any take your fancy.
The next Seedy Saturday will be in Feb 2015 but we may do pop-up event for the Winter Solstice