Would you like to harvest fresh, organic vegetables from your garden all year long? It’s easy to have an abundance of cool season veggies in our usually mild winter climate. Vegetables well suited to cold weather include salad greens, spinach, collards, and kale, as well as turnips, beets, and other crops. Garden educator Lisa Wagner will provide an overview of successful fall to spring vegetable gardening practices. She’ll share cool-season kitchen gardening tips, including choosing the best fall and winter varieties, planning crop rotations, making the most of small spaces, succession cropping, and season extension.
Thursday, August 28, 2014 at 10:00am to 12:00pm