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May 16

Home Grown Edible Landscapes’ A Cook’s Garden schedules Grand Opening

Posted by GeriMiller on 16 May 2013. Filed under  Announcements View Comments

Hope to see you there!

 

 

Click Chefs Garden Announcement to download and print flyer

PLEASE CLICK HERE TO VIEW INVITATION FOR REGISTRATION FOR THE CLASSES BELOW. CHECK BACK AS MORE REGISTRATIONS OPEN.

June Class Schedule

10:30 – noon

Sat  • Jun 8      Intro to Organic Gardening

Sun • Jun 9      Get Your Summer Growing with your kids

Sat  • Jun 15    Fertilizing Responsibly

Sun • Jun 16    Intro to Organic Gardening

Sat  • Jun 22     Mastering Earth & Water

Sun • Jun 23    Who’s Eating Your Garden?

Sat  • Jun 29     Intro to Edible Landscaping

Sun • Jun 30    How to Succeed at Seed Starting  without even trying

See below for class details. All classes include a hands-on session in our garden AND a free Organiks® edible plant to take home from Armstrong Growers

  • Introduction to Organic Gardening – A perfect class for the beginner or any level gardener who’d like a refresher on organic practice. Includes a tour of the garden.
  • Fertilizing Responsibly: How & when to fertilize organically & protect the environment. You get a sample of organic fertilizer from EB Stone to take home.
  • Mastering Earth & Water: Covers the elements of organic & sustainable soil management along with a discussion of drip irrigation with a demo working with the components of a drip system.  Take home a sample of organic soil amendment from EB Stone.
  • Get Your Summer Growing with Your Kids: Planning your summer garden. How to grow your family’s summer favorites and get the kids involved. Kids pot up their own clay pot to take home. ($10 materials fee)
  • Who’s Eating Your Garden? – Organic Pest Control: A fun introduction to organic pest control. Includes a “pest safari” through our garden.
  • Intro to Edible Landscaping: An introduction into the art of transforming a landscape into a beautiful and productive foodscape. You’ll pot up your own mini edible landscape to take home. ($15 materials fee)
  • How To Succeed at Seed Starting Without Even Trying: Learn how to be your own nursery! Sow your own peat pot to take home. Get a sample of seed starting mix from EB Stone

Join our email list to receive notices when registration opens for these and future classes and events: http://bit.ly/eKGAlq

The Chef’s Garden is located at 1033 Abbot Kinney in Venice (across from Westminster Elementary)

 

Internships are available. Please go to http://www.groedibles.com/services/the-hgel-apprentice-program/ for more info and send your qualifications to info@groedibles.com

Chef’s Garden from Fellow Felons on Vimeo.

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