Get a Head Start on Your Spring Vegetable Garden

When hiding out in air-conditioned comfort during the dog days of summer, planting a vegetable garden may be the last thing on your mind. But there are several good reasons to choose the fall to grow vegetables for your family. Fewer bugs. Less severe storms. Cooler and sometimes wetter weather. Learn how to prepare your garden soil and select the best cultivars for fall planting. This class will cover what to plant, when to plant and how to care for vegetables in your garden. Because there are fewer challenges to successfully growing a fall vegetable garden, it is a great opportunity for newbies to get their gardening feet wet.

Ages:                   Adults/Seniors

When:                  Tuesday, August 27

Time:                   11:00 a.m.

Where:                 The Robert & Lee DuVall Center

Cost:                    Free