Getting the Most Out of Your Home Garden
Whether your home garden is 50 or 500 square feet, you can make the most of it. Learn easy-to-use techniques for maximizing your vegetable production. Many of the gardeners who started utilizing these techniques found they could grow twice as much food as they had in previous years, just by making a few simple changes. The topics covered include:
- Creating a master plan for the season
- Soil preparation
- Seed starting
- The pros and cons of companion planting
- Succession planting
- Optimal plant spacing
- Overview of organic pest and disease management
- Overview of preserving techniques
Cost = $35 Includes instructional handouts and resource list.
Click the links below for more information and to register:
Sunday, January 12th at 2:00
Saturday, February 8th at 9:00
Sunday, March 9th at 2:00
Sunday, April 13th at 9:00
Saturday, May 17th at 2:00
Instructor = Sundari
Reviews for Getting the Most Out of Your Home Garden:
“I’ve been gardening for many years, but got a lot of helpful information out of the class. Sundari is knowledgeable and very easy to listen to and understand. I would recommend the class.” –Joni E.
“Informative and very practical. Makes succession planting seem much less daunting.” –Camille H.
“As someone who is new to gardening, I feel more comfortable in planning my garden after this class. I got the basic information needed to get started and a list of resources for topics I may want to explore in depth. It was also helpful to see the backyard garden to get an idea of how big I want to start. There were great planting tips as well.” –April L.