Join Nathan Harman and Rhonda Baird to learn how to transition from summer to fall in the garden. Just as summer crops are planted in spring, fall crops are planted in summer. This workshop will focus on caring for the garden in the high heat of summer, planting foods that will be harvested through the coming cool, and seed-saving techniques.
Summer is the hay-day of the garden and we all hope to have yields galore. But weeds, insects and drying sun also have an impact. Learn how mulch, shade cloth, row cover and other techniques can be used to keep summer crops vibrant and give fall crops a running start.
This is an all-day workshop. Bring a sack lunch. Snacks and beverages provided.
Sunday, August 7, 9am-5pm
Green Acres Neighborhood Garden
2601 E. Dekist Street
Suggested donation: $5 to $15
Workshop space is limited
To register, call Ann Kreilkamp at 812-334-1987