Join us this Saturday at the EcoHouse for a lecture and Q & A with Christopher Shein of Wildheart Gardens and Instructor at the Merritt College Landscape Horticulture Program. Learn to select and grow low-maintenance edible plants and how to naturalize annual crops such as lettuce, arugula, chard, and collards by seedsaving. Bring questions about garden vegetables and fruits. There will also be culinary herbs, native flowers, and fruits for sale. Plant sale starts at 12pm and is a fundraiser for the EcoHouse. Unusual perennial vegetables such as Bolivian Sunroots (Yacon), Tuberous Nasturium (Mashua), Tuberous Oxalis (Oca), Egyptian Walking Onions, Sunchokes, Tree Collards and more will be available. Click here for more details, and to register for the workshop.
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