Gardening talk Saturday

Want a beautiful thriving garden? Of course you do. But are you constrained by space? Then there’s a lecture coming your way with some helpful tips.

On Saturday, April 13, Greenwich Community Gardens will present Maximizing Your Raised Garden I: Growing More in the Space You Have at 11 a.m. Whether it’s selecting plants with a high yield, helping crops produce over a longer period, growing vertically, succession planting or using the square-foot gardening method, interested gardeners will be able to learn how to get the most out of their raised garden bed. The lecture will be led by Alan Gorkin, horticulturist at Lake Avenue Farm, and is part of a three-season series. The people involved will be working together to plan and plant a 4’x8’ raised bed.

The plants for this will be donated by McArdle’s Florist & Garden Center and Alan Gorkin. The harvest from these gardens will then be donated to Neighbor to Neighbor.

It will take place at the Armstrong Court Community Organic Garden and the class fee is $15. Space is limited. RSVP with Patty Sechi at [email protected] or [email protected]

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