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Gardening Talks and Events

Eat What You Grow 

Date: Wednesday, June 13 from 4:30 to 6:30 pm
Location: Union City Library
Type of event: Community Event
 
There is nothing more satisfying than eating food from your own garden. We will cover topics such as:  crop rotation, seeds vs. starts, soil fertility, and plant succession, transplanting seedlings, watering /irrigation and the best crops for your garden.  Emphasis on reuse materials will also be discussed. Join Bay-Friendly Landscape Professional & Garden Educator Lori Caldwell to learn the basics to be a successful first time gardener.  
 
 
 

Saving Seeds: Workshop & Seed Swap

Date: Wednesday, June 16 from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm
Location: Ecology Center
Type of event: Community Event
 

The practice of saving seeds for future use is as old as cultivation. The fun art of saving seeds is the focus for this workshop and seed swap. Participants will learn how retrieve,
sort and store their own garden seeds. Please bring seed heads, pods, fruit, etc. for trade with others. In the interest of diversity, please bring heirloom and/or open pollinated seed varieties.

 
 

Container Gardening

Date: Wednesday, June 27 from 4:30 to 6:30 pm
Location: Union City Library
Type of event: Community Event
 

This workshop 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!!

Join Bay-Friendly Landscape Professional & Garden Educator Lori Caldwell to learn the basics to be a successful first time gardener. 

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