Category Archives: Gardening classes and opportunities to learn
Did you know that: Genetically engineered foods (often called Genetically Modified Organisms, or GMOs) are labeled or banned in 64 other countries, but not in the USA. GMOs are in 85% of the processed foods in America. Many GMO crops … Continue reading
Finally! I get to explain “organic” so that it can be understood! Visit these links: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AG-hs5LnfIg and others (see my Videos links, below, on your right).
Mark your calendar! Saturday, May 21 at 2:00 pm, I am hosting another tomato workshop. Please inquire at firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve a space.
Peggy Curry, my friend and founder of Growing Great, is hosting a Healthy Living Festival this Sunday, May 15th at 12pm-4pm at the Metlox and 13th Street Plaza in Manhattan Beach, CA 90266 This is their 5th year hosting the … Continue reading
Mark your calendar: Saturday, April 30 at 2 pm at my “farmette”. Please RSVP to: 310-750-6686 and receive address/directions. $5.00 per person admission. Learn about: indeterminate vs determinate How to plant a “start” How to remove suckers How to tie/stake/cage … Continue reading
Secrets of Soil Workshop January 29 at 1:00 pm By popular demand! Learn: · how to use mulch, amendments and green manures · about soil microbes and how do I get some? · what a soil … Continue reading
With the help of Sharona Byrnes, I assisted two classes of 5th grader volunteers in putting together a dozen flats for seed starting yesterday! Then we took the trays to the classrooms to plant winter crops. The kids had so … Continue reading
Contact me immediately 310-750-6686 if you want to purchase the following fruit trees, vines, bushes: Blueberries Raspberries & Blackberries Pome fruits: Apples, Pears, Asian Pears, Quince (but not loquat) Stone fruits: Peaches, Nectarines, Plums, Prunes, Apricots, Cherries Unusual varieties: Apriums, … Continue reading
On Sunday, September 26 at 3 pm, I will be holding a workshop to show how to prune a peach or nectarine tree. The best way to keep a tree small and manageable is to do an aggressive pruning in … Continue reading