Big Gardens in Small Spaces: The Adventures of Container Gardening
Saturday | February 13, 2021 | 11:00 am — 1:00 pm
If you don’t have a lot of space or want to grow your own food without being overwhelmed by a big garden, this is the class for you!
“Compost Gal” Lori Caldwell will cover topics such as types of containers, maintaining soil fertility, best plants for container gardens, watering and crop rotation will be covered. It’s a great way to start a garden or add on to maximize your existing garden possibilities.
Growing in containers is a great way to start a garden or add on to maximize your already existing garden possibilities! We have scheduled this class for February so you’ll be able to get your containers ready for spring planting.
Lori Caldwell, is an Alameda County Master Composter, a Stopwaste Educator, a Bay-Friendly Qualified Landscape Professional and an avid edible gardener. She has been teaching sustainable gardening classes since 2007.
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