Whether you want to grow tomatoes in hanging baskets, like I'm showing off above, or you want to utilize a small space, our Container Vegetable Gardening class is the workshop for you. Learn all about how to successfully grow vegetables in containers. It's harder than it looks! From the proper potting soil to use, to a plethora of available container options, we also investigate space requirements, sunlight needs, the all-important fertilizing, and companion planting for maximum yield and results.
We will be focusing on different vegetables depending on the date of the class -- more warm-weather loving ones in the spring and more winter-hardy types in the fall.
This workshop is ideal for:
- Renters who need to take their gardens with them when they move.
- Those who have gopher problems.
- Plots with poor soil or other disease issues.
- Apartment dwellers who don't have any ground to grow in.
- Folks with large decks who would like to grow vegetables in pots rather than the standard landscape container plants.
This workshop is taught by farm owner and culinary gardener, Cynthia Sandberg.
ALL CLASSES ARE HELD RAIN OR SHINE
AND REQUIRE ADVANCE REGISTRATION
THIS WORKSHOP IS HELD AT 5311 SCOTTS VALLEY DRIVE
IN SCOTTS VALLEY, CA
May 15, 2016 (Sunday) Noon - 4:00 p.m. $59 << Click to register (gift certificate holders register by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org)
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 at email@example.com and we’ll do our best to accommodate you.
Please read our cancellation policy in case you are not able to attend your scheduled class.
What class participants say:
"I just wanted to thank you for the great container gardening class. I really learned a lot and feel like I could get started. I took a class at another location and yours really was so much more helpful and inspiring." -- Shiela V.
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Photo credits: First photo of Cynthia and the hanging basket taken by Jamie Cole and originally published in Progressive Farmer Magazine. Second photo of the tiered garden boxes from Fraserside Community Services in British Columbia. Third photo courtesy Darlene Marie.