Date: 06/13/20 Time: 10:30am - 12:30pm
Who doesn’t love having fresh vegetables in the fall and winter? Here in the Northwest, it’s possible to grow and harvest vegetables almost year round. For a successful winter garden, it is best to begin planning and planting during the peak summer season. In this class, you’ll learn about the types of plants you can grow, special fertility and soil requirements for winter gardening, and the use of cloches and frost blankets to extend the harvest. Be prepared to be outside.
$15 per person. Registration recommended. Be prepared to be outside.
- Please note, this workshop will take place mostly in a classroom environment, but may include some time outside for up to 30 minutes, and involves walking and more and standing on uneven and unpaved ground. If you would like us to provide seating for you during this time outside, please let us know at least 24 hours in advance of the workshop. Wheelchairs, walkers, and other mobility aids are welcome but in some areas may be difficult (unpaved or grassy areas). Please get in touch with us directly if you have concerns or questions about your aid on the unpaved and uneven ground. Email us or call 360-966-5859
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