This free 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 yo
One of the many benefits of our climate is year-round gardening. Fall and winter are a great time to garden!
Succulents are a great introduction plant for beginning gardeners! They are low maintenance, great for indoor and outdoor gardens, drought tolerant and beautiful!
Come and learn how fun and easy succulents are! Participants are welcome to bring succulents to share!
Interested in composting, but you don’t have a yard? Do you live in an apartment? Worm composting is for you! This workshop will teach you the benefits and uses of worm compost. We will learn to setup a bin, harvesting and best uses for this garden fertilizer.
How do you create a beautiful and low-water use median strip?
This workshop will provide a comprehensive guide to building and managing healthy soil for growing food, cultivating and maintaining a Bay-Friendly garden. This hands-on, interactive workshop is geared toward beginner and intermediate gardeners.
Come and learn how easy it is to transform your yard waste and food scraps into “gardeners’ gold”. The benefits of compost are many: recycling resources, saves money and water. This workshop will teach you to make, harvest and use this valuable soil amendment in your garden.