Learn the basics and more about getting started in vegetable gardening. Where should you put your garden? How much should you plant? Should you plant seeds or transplants? When should you plant? What equipment do you need? What can you do to get the best results? The class will be a lively introduction to vegetable gardening and will rejuvenate experienced gardeners.
What kind of Herb garden do you want to plant this year? Will you have a garden for crafting, cooking, fragrance,… So many directions to go and our class will help you find the way, from plant choices to where to find those plants/seeds. Join us to make your next year’s garden come to life. Great talk for the Amateur Herbalist.
Learn about proper gardening techniques, soil amendments, composting and identifying common diseases and pests to help ensure a good harvest. Penn State Master Gardeners will also discuss how to calculate crop spacing requirements for desired yields and the best crops to plant to save money.
Great class for Backyard Gardeners. Learn to prevent and control the weeds in your garden space to increase yield and reduce disease and insect problems.
Backyard Gardeners Series. Take advantage of the early spring to plant crops that love the cool weather! Learn what crops may be planted and when, including lettuce, spinach, swiss chard, radishes, kohlrabi, peas, potatoes, onions. Get an early start on the planting and you may be eating from your garden in April!
Amateur Herbalist series. What is better than a good bowl of soup? Why one that is enhanced with herbs and cooked up quickly. Join us to learn some tips and tricks to create your own quickly prepared herbal soup. Tastings will be provided.