4:30 下午 – 6:30 下午
Union City Library
34007 Alvarado-Niles Rd
Wednesdays, June 13, June 27, and July 11, 2018, 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.
Learn how easy and fun gardening can be! Join Bay-Friendly Landscape Professional & Garden Educator Lori Caldwell to learn the basics to be a successful gardener. She will be presenting three workshops this summer.
Eat What You Grow– Wednesday, June 13
There is nothing more satisfying than eating food from your own garden. Topics such as crop rotation, seeds vs, starts, soil fertility, and plant succession, transplanting seedlings, watering, irrigation, the best crops for your garden and emphasis on re-useable materials will be discussed.
Big Gardens in Small Spaces; Adventures of container Gardening– Wednesday, June 27
This class is geared toward people who don’t have a lot of space and want to grow their own food. Topics such as maintaining soil fertility, best plants for container gardens & crop
rotation will be covered. Growing in containers is a great way to start a garden or add-on to maximize your already existing garden possibilities!
Gardening All Year: Prepping Your Garden for Fall– Wednesday, July 11
One of the many benefits of our climate is being able to garden year-round! Fall/Winter is still a great time to garden. This class will go over some great techniques on how to transition to your Fall garden: cool-weather, edible crops, starting seeds, crop rotation, sheet mulching & planting natives.