Last weekend's workshop was so popular that they've added an additional workshop. If you missed the first, consider heading out to Pouch Cove to learn more about creating a year-round garden! These skills are the keys to success for NL gardeners. If transportation is a concern, feel free to use the comments section below to connect with people about carpooling.
Creating the Year Round Garden
A workshop for green thumbs and greenhorns!
When: Sunday May 6th, 9:30 am- 4 pm
Where: Points East Bed & Breakfast, Pouch Cove
Facilitator: Dan Rubin of Perfectly Perennials Herbs and Seeds
Cost: $45, includes lunch, hands-on activities, group discussion and local garden tours.
Pre-registration is required. To register for the workshop or for more information call 709-335-8315 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
To order your own 3′ x 6′ foot raised bed kit, add $25 to workshop fee.
This one-day workshop will help you create a year-round garden so you can raise and harvest food all year long, by planting seasonally in raised beds with protective structures like cloches, cold frames, tunnels, row covers and greenhouses. By planting different crops in succession and protecting your plants, you can harvest food all through the year, even in the middle of winter.
Led by home gardener Dan Rubin of Perfectly Perennial Herbs and Seeds, this workshop will demonstrate raised bed construction and show you basic steps to create your own four-season garden. Learn about plant selection, seeding, soil enrichment, intensive planting and using protective structures to extend your growing season.