Winter Perennials to Edibles
Saturday | October 09, 2021 | 8:00 am — 11:00 am
While it’s still “winter”, it’s time to start planning for your spring and summer garden. Perennials are the perfect foundation for your edible or permaculture gardens. Learn the many benefits of perennials and how to add them to your landscape so that you will have an abundant harvest in the months to come.
This workshop will cover the process from soil to edible. If you have ever thought the idea of becoming a successful gardener was a daunting experience, or too expensive, this is the class for you!
Topics covered will include:
- Perennial types•
- When & how to plant•
- Perennial propagation•
- Hand watering•
- Drip irrigation•
- Seeds or starts?
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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