Sponsored by Marin Master Gardeners and the Novato Library.
A lifelong love of gardening should not have to end as mobility and other issues arise. Low stamina and limited mobility are two of the biggest impacts than can diminish continued enjoyment in the garden. There are simple things you can do to make your garden an on-going place of enjoyment. You will learn about gardening activities, techniques, adaptations, tools and how to create fully functional, accessible gardens.
If you are a gardener who is experiencing physical limitations, yet you know you want to GARDEN FOR LIFE, attend this seminar so you can learn techniques which will enable you to garden without injury, gain insight on ways to keep gardening safely and maintain your gratifying, lifelong passion. Examples of adaptive tools will be demonstrated.
The Speaker is Toni Gattone a Marin Master Gardener since 2011, is a teacher and small business owner. She lives on a tiny lot in Larkspur where she and her husband are transforming their traditional, ornamental front yard into a productive edible landscape.