Mornings in the Vegetable Garden

WHEN: Saturday, August 02, 2014 at 10:00AM - 11:00AM
WHERE: Blithewold Vegetable Gardens

Join Assistant Grounds Manager Dan Christina for a morning tour of Blithewold’s Vegetable Garden. These monthly tours are designed to encourage and offer guidance to the home gardener, or anyone who may be interested in producing their own vegetable garden. The tours will cover a variety of topics such as high-yield succession plantings, space-saving growing techniques, and tips for engaging young minds using playful structures. This fun and educational tour will highlight the topics, tasks and projects as they arise in Blithewold’s vegetable garden throughout the growing season.

Member: Free   Non-Member: $11

Click here to register.


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