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Adelaide Botanic Garden Wheat Crop

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by Paula McManus (subscribe)
Photography obsessed writer and urban explorer. Lover of nature, art and long weekends. Adelaide, South Australia.
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Botanic Gardens visitors will soon get their last chance to see this in-the-city wheat crop before it gets harvested in December.

The wheat crop was planted in April of 2012 as part of the Year of the Farmer celebrations.

The crop shows how much wheat is required to feed a family of four with enough bread to last them a year.

The gardens are open every day of the year and entry is free. Why not visit the crop and enjoy a beautifully relaxing walk admiring the rest of the gardens

The crop will be harvested in December, so check it out while you can.

For more information on the Adelaide Botanic Garden Wheat Crop, please visit the Botanic Gardens of Adelaide website.
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Why? City meets Farmer
When: Monday to Friday, 8am to 7pm
Saturday and Sunday, 9am 7pm
Where: Adelaide Botanic Garden, north-east section (in between the Bicenntenial Conservatory and the Wine Centre)
Cost: Free
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