Wondering how you can make good use of the edible space to engage visitors in educational activities? We have created some activity plans based on the workshops that have been carried out at the HKU Edible Spaces, catering to different audience groups. For each activity plan, you will find the objectives, rundown, material list, budget and more. Click onto the boxes below to read the worksheets.

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Edible bouquet

Edible Bouquet Workshop

Participants will harvest plants in the edible space to make edible bouquets.

Related topics

Sustainable living, Mindfulness and wellbeing

Level of difficulty

This activity encourages participants to be creative.  Participants with limited muscle control may require slight assistance.

Vinegar cleaner

DIY Natural Herbal Vinegar Cleaner

Bring extra freshness to your home by making a natural vinegar cleaner with fresh herbs! 

Related topics

Sustainable living

Level of difficulty

Easy-peasy, suitable for everyone.

Herb oil

 DIY Herb Oil Workshop

A very simple workshop where participants will make herb oil with herbs harvested at the edible garden.

Related topics

Localised food production, Sustainable living

Level of difficulty

Easy-peasy, suitable for everyone.

Hanging Herbs

DIY Herb Sachets (Coming soon)

Participants will touch and smell various types of herbs at the edible garden and create herb sachets with dried herbs to create the aroma they like.

Related topics

Mindfulness and wellbeing

Level of difficulty

Easy-peasy, suitable for everyone.

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Plants pressing workshop bag

Plants Pressing Workshop

Participants will collect leaves or flowers from the edible garden and use a stone or hammer to rub the colours and texture onto fabric bags.

Related topics

Sustainable living, Mindfulness and wellbeing

Level of difficulty

Requires energy and patience; those who lack physical strength may require assistance in the pressing.

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