Session 1: Discover some of the most productive plants for Chicagoland gardens along with their culture and care. Learn about varieties of tomatoes, raspberries, kale, broccoli, pumpkins and other nutritious high yield plants best suited for this garden climate. Instruction also covers starting from seed vs. plant, best time to plant, tips, and techniques as well as companion plants for improved success.
Session 2: Obtain expert instruction for growing a successful veggie garden. Topics include soil preparation, garden pests, weeds, and maintenance needed to grow a sustainable garden. A gardening calendar with a list of tasks from spring to winter will also be covered, including composting, fertilizing and staking.
Instructor: William Moss
Location: Evanston Ecology Center
Age: 16 yrs. and up
Fee: $140 R/$187 NR
Length: 4 sessions
Class # Date Day Time Session
143132A6 Feb 4-Feb 25 Th 6:30-7:45pm 1
143132B6 Mar 3-Mar 24 Th 6:30-7:45pm 2
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