Time to start thinking about spring and the tasty vegetables and fruits you can grow for yourself this summer!
On March 5 and 6, Lowe’s Greenhouse will present many classes and workshops on edible gardening, “Because we should know where our food comes from!” Classes will cover everything you need to know from see starting to harvest and everything in between. All classes are free, but class sizes are limited, so pre-register today by calling 440-543-5123 or email email@example.com. Here’s the list:
Saturday March 5th
FROM SEED TO HARVEST… 3 PART GARDENING SERIES
- Starting Your Garden by Seed 10 – 10:45 a.m.
Starting seeds is rewarding and fun but there are some tricks you should know to help you be successful. We will discuss the planting of vegetables, herbs, annual flowers and perennial plants by seed. Free, class size is limited, pre-registration is appreciated.
- Preparing for Spring Plantings 11 – 11:45 a.m.
So you have started (or purchased) your plants… now what? We will cover the details of preparing your garden and your plants for planting, planting basics and how to get your garden off to a good start. Free, class size is limited, pre-registration is appreciated.
III. Planning for a Successful Harvest… Summer Gardening Tasks 12 – 12:45 p.m.
Many factors determine the likelihood of a successful harvest and we will discuss what you can do to insure you are getting the most from your efforts. We will cover disease and pest control, watering, weeding and fertilizing of vegetables and herbs. We will also discuss harvesting herbs, timing and storage methods. Free, class size is limited, pre-registration is appreciated.
Vegetable Gardening in Raised Beds and Containers 1 – 1:45 p.m.
Raised beds offer convenience, ease and simplicity to your gardening efforts. Lean more about why you may want to consider growing more in raised garden beds and containers. Free, class size is limited, pre-registration is appreciated.
Berries, Brambles and Fruits… How to Successfully Grow Your Own 2 – 2:45 p.m.
There is nothing quite like having fresh fruit from your own yard. Learn about growing techniques, what plants need to do well and which are the easiest to be successful with. Free class, size is limited, pre-registration is appreciated.
Sunday March 6
The Basics of Veggie and Herb Gardening for Beginners 1 – 1:45 p.m.
What vegetables and herbs are easiest to grow? What plants can I start by seed? Can I plant the seeds outdoors or do I need to start them inside? We will answer these and many more common gardening questions in this session especially directed towards the beginning gardener. Free, class size is limited, pre-registration is appreciated.
Getting Started With Organic Gardening 2 – 2:45 p.m.
There is a lot of information out there to help guide your way but what really works and what doesn’t? We will cover the products, the techniques and methods that can help you succeed in your gardening efforts with less negative impact on the environment.
Free, class size is limited, pre-registration is appreciated.
Stop in or call today to register 440-543-5123 or E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.