It’s time to plant out your fall and winter veggies: spicy arugula, beets, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, cauliﬂower, chard, lettuce, peas, spinach and more. Have year-round vegetables using organic and sustainable techniques. We will cover sowing seeds, caring for seedlings, when to plant, how and when to harvest, and how to keep life in your soil through compost, mulch, bed prep, cover crops, rotation and hedge rows.
Taught by Lisa Putnam and Kathleen Putnam. Lisa Putnam has a degree in Agricultural Economics from UC Davis and also studied nutrition science at Davis. She currently operates a small organic farm in Woodside and is a Master Gardener and Master Composter. Kathleen Putnam is a professional vegetable gardener serving the Mid-Peninsula and is a Certiﬁed Arborist.
A project of Common Ground, sponsored by Ecology Action of the San Francisco Bay Area’s mid peninsula. For 40 years this 501(c)(3) non project has offered hands a number of activities to meet their goal of “Creating Abundance in Community.” These include classes and events in organic gardening and sustainable lifestyles, as well as items like seeds and plant starts, organic composts, fertilizers, mulches, tools, natural disease and pests control products and much more.
For more information and to register, see the Common Ground Classes and Events website page. Note: Early registration is recommended as classes sell out.