Learn how to start and tend a winter vegetable garden. Growing a garden in winter is possible with our mild California climate. Winter gardens are not just limited to greens and cabbage. This is an intensive, all-day workshop. We will discuss over 30 different kinds of winter vegetables.
Everyone gets to sow a flat from our seed bank to take home to tend and transplant.
Learn how to battle the cold temps, bed preparation, winter pest and disease issues, as well as the critical sow dates for winter crops. The earlier in the season you get going, the better, as you need to sow some crops in late summer for winter growing.
ALL CLASSES ARE HELD RAIN OR SHINE
AND REQUIRE ADVANCE REGISTRATION
THIS WORKSHOP IS HELD AT 5311 SCOTTS VALLEY DRIVE
IN SCOTTS VALLEY, CA
August 19, 2017 (Saturday) 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. $79 plus small materials fee of $10 (August is the perfect time to start sowing your winter vegetables) << Click on date to register (gift certificate holders register by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org)
September 23, 2017 (Saturday) 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. $79 plus small materials fee of $10 << Click on date to register (gift certificate holders register by emailing us at email@example.com)
Please read our cancellation policy in case you are not able to attend your scheduled class.
If the workshop dates don’t work for you, if the class is full, or if you’d like to request that another class be added, please email us and we’ll do our best to accommodate you!
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Class Participants Say
" We've taken your summer veg and winter veg classes. They were invaluable. I really can't thank you enough for those workshops. The knowledge and inspiration you gave us has changed the way we relate to food, the way we eat, and even the way we feel about our home. Growing and cooking our own food is deeply satisfying and nurturing -- and not just for us. My co-workers have been treated to a whole lot of pumpkin bread, muffins, and risotto, thanks to that first summer veg class!" -- Andrea
"Cynthia, I am an experienced gardener and I enjoyed your class immensely. Other people who know you also appreciate and praise your work and your sharing! You put a lot of thought into preparing for classes. Thank you for all the materials, suppliers, new veggies, tips! You are doing a terrific job with the farm and you are an inspiration to me." -- Inani
"Great class! I came away with some great plans for my garden. Your style is great! You don't intimidate us and we feel free to ask questions." -- Rick
"I really felt that you had great information on winter gardening. I feel so inspired." -- Carolyn
"I thought the class was great. This is now my second class I have taken with you (tomato seed class). The class moved along in a timely fashion, was interesting throughout and filled with tons of valuable information. I will definitely continue on with your classes. Thanks for offering them!" -- Cherie