Tips and Tricks for Full Season Production
March 2 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm| Free
Would you like to learn the most effective methods to ensure your garden is productive all season long? Deepen your garden knowledge by joining us for another session of our online Resilient Garden Series. Whether you are new to gardening or have many years of experience, there are always new things to learn about growing great food and healthy soil. Experienced garden educator Christie Higginbottom will share her best tips and tricks for an efficient and productive vegetable garden. Topics include:
- Planting Schedule and Succession Sowing
- Season Extension
- Crop Spacing
- Proper Watering
- Pest and Disease Control
Christie Higginbottom coordinated the historic program at Old Sturbridge Village for over thirty years: researching, planning and planting kitchen gardens, flower gardens and the museum’s herb garden collection. Now retired from full-time work at OSV, she presents programs on historic gardens and heirloom plants, and she teaches home gardening classes.
Contact Doug@nofamass.org with any questions.
This online series is offered as a service to our community to respond to the current needs for home-based food production skills. As we have postponed or cancelled many of our on-farm and in-person education events, we are using our available time as an organization to put together this series. If you learned something of value, please consider making a donation to help keep our organization going during this difficult time. https://www.nofamass.org/donate. Thank you so much.