Garden Workshops for the NCSC 2012 season
Garden Planning for 2012 - Your Outline for a Productive Year
$10/$15 (non-members) or $80/$100 for the series
Session 5: Mid May 5/15/12, 6:30pm-7: 30pm
Planting and transplanting. Some plants do best sown directly into the ground, others need to be started inside and then transplanted. Learn the tricks of doing it right!
Session 6: 6/19/12, 6:30pm-7: 30pm
Garden maintenance – what it takes to keep the garden growing well and producing through the season. Includes weeding/mulching, disease and insect management.
Session 7: 7/17/12, 6:30pm-7: 30pm
Harvest the garden! What to do with all the food that you’ve grown.
Session 8: 8/14/12, 6:30pm-7: 30pm
Developing a green and healthy lawn. What it takes to eliminate pesticides and chemical fertilizers and still enjoy looking out your windows. September is the time to make real lawn changes
Session 9: 9/4/12, 6:30pm-7: 30pm
Permanent agriculture –what is it and can it work for home gardeners. Introducing edible trees, shrubs and perennials to the classic vegetable garden.
Session 10: 9/18/12, 6:30pm-7: 30pm
Garden assessment: What worked, what didn’t and what are the plans for 2013. September and October are the perfect months for long-term garden development. Use these brilliant months well!
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