- April 18, 2019
5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
This class presented is presented as part of a partnership between
the Duluth Folk School and the Duluth Community Garden Program *
Gardening is a fun hobby, but can it really lower your grocery bill? Keep you healthy? Make your space more beautiful? You will learn many dos and don’ts that will help you achieve whatever your goals are for your garden – whether it’s a few pots on a balcony or your entire yard.
Being a good gardener is not about being in control, but about being observant. We will discuss and demonstrate the basics to get you started in your garden as well as practical tips and tricks to keep you going. You will take home five principles to keep in mind to make gardening more successful AND enjoyable. As this will likely be an indoor workshop, you will see lots of pictures and still get your hands dirty planting some seeds to take home.
Bring what you know and want to share, along all your gardening questions.
Seeds to plant and/or your own veggie transplants. By the time class is over, you’ll have found the courage to plant something and the determination to eat it!
This class is appropriate for any skill level.
Best for Ages…
13 and up
You should bring…
Just yourself (and maybe a notebook/pencil)
* If you choose the “+ $10 DCGP Donation” registration option, the Duluth Community Garden Program will receive all $10 for programming support. The Duluth Folk School will be including this option for all DFS/DCGP co-presented classes this year, so the 10-15 people per class, multiplied by a year’s worth of classes could bring the DCGP important additional revenue.
Venue: Duluth Folk School Main Hall