Spring Into Gardening - Virtual Gardening Series
Let's talk about gardening and think spring. Zoom in on four popular gardening workshops. "Gardening in Small Spaces", "Old-fashioned Flowers", "Seed Saving/Composting", "Starting a Vegetable Garden." Instructor is a Penn State master gardener from Bucks County with over 60 years of experience gardening, and a published garden writer with a preference for organic gardening methods. Bring your questions and your tips for fellow gardeners. The link to the Zoom will be directly emailed to you the week of the workshop. Register for one, two, or all three!
Plant Your Own Organic Vegetable Garden
There is still time to get started! Organically grown vegetables are healthier and even more delicious. Learn the many ways that you can integrate organic methods into your garden. Vegetables for summer and autumn consumption can still be planted. Don't delay, register today!
Herbs Anyone Can Grow
Have you always wanted to have your own herbs on hand but were afraid to try? The answer is here! Learn how to raise common culinary herbs outdoors and indoors. Home grown really does taste better! Bring your questions and suggestions,a nd share with other gardeners.
Greens for the Garden
Did you know that salad greens are the easiest, fastest and most nutritious crops you can harvest from your garden? Greens grow well in gardens or containers, and can be grown year round in cold and warm weather. Come and learn how it is done and how you can start to grow your own greens! Bring your questions and share your successes with a very experienced master gardener.
Instructor: Mary Crum, Penn State Master Gardener, 60 years experience