Spring is coming, we promise! Be ready with East Hill Edible Gardening’s class “Spring and Summer Vegetable Gardening”. Our next offering of this class is Wednesday evening, February 27th from 6-8.
In this single 2-hour class we’ll teach you how to grow an abundance of fresh spring and summer vegetables including: peppers, tomatoes, eggplants, summer squash, potatoes, green beans, okra, sweet potatoes, southern peas, lima beans, cucumbers, winter squash, sunflowers, warm weather herbs (basil, rosemary, thyme, etc.) and more! We’ll also be talking about a selection of less common vegetables like Malabar spinach, tomatillos, yard long beans, and roselle.
In addition, we’ll show you how to choose the best vegetables to grow and when to grow them so that you can continue to have fresh and healthy vegetables through even the hottest part of the year.
Register through Friday, February 22nd and get this class for only $25 – after that the class is $30. Our classes are very popular (particularly in the spring) so be sure to register early to reserve your spot.
Lessons are taught at the Vickrey Community Center which is behind the Roger Scott Tennis Center and close to Cordova Mall and the airport.
To register contact the Vickrey Center at 850-912-4056 x 1.
This class is intended for gardeners who already know the basics of gardening. If you are just starting, please check out our “Easy Weed-Free No-Till Organic Gardening” class series.
For more information about the class, contact East Hill Edible Gardening. You can reach us at Renee@EastHillEdibleGardening.com, or 292-8155.#