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An audience with the gardening goddess
To promote her new book, Sabrina's Dirty Deeds, gardening guru Sabrina Hahn will be speaking at Fremantle Library on Saturday 3rd December at 4pm. You'll hear great gardening tips from Sabrina for your climate zone, and learn how to keep your garden thriving all year round.
Sabrina Hahn's new book Dirty Deeds
For those that are not familiar with Sabrina Hahn, she is a master gardener with a passion for creating sustainable environments that enliven cities and rural areas. Her aim is to inspire others to connect with nature through sustainable gardening practices, and to look after their own back yards so that future generations inherit a healthy planet.
Get down and dirty with Sabrina
As Sabrina says, "I believe with all of my heart that when people connect with their gardens, they develop a deeper love for nature and life."
Sabrina has also worked in remote Aboriginal communities in the Kimberley for many years. Here, she has helped to develop edible gardens and encouraged elder women to propagate their own bush tucker and bush medicine plants to ensure that their knowledge is passed on the next generation.
Learn how to get the best from your garden from Sabrina
Sabrina was one of the earliest pioneers to promote sustainable gardening practices in the media and has shared her stories on ABC radio for over 25 years. She also writes a twice-weekly gardening column in The West Australian and contributes articles to Gardening Australia and Organic Gardener.
Sabrina's Dirty Deeds is her third book. The other two are Sabrina's Little ABC Book of Gardening, and Sabrina's Juicy Little Book of Citrus – all published through Fremantle Press.
Sabrina loves sharing her knowledge of gardening
Copies of Dirty Deeds will also be available for sale at the Fremantle Library talk. Packed full of useful year round information, Dirty Deeds is a hands-on guide for what to do in your garden and when to do it. There are limited places and bookings are essential. You can either call 9432 9766 or book online here.