Planting a Fall Vegetable Garden
Saturday August 16, 2014 10:00 am - 11:30 am
Anderson Education Center Classroom
The end of summer does not have to mean the end of your vegetable garden. There are several vegetables that actually grow better in the fall. There are generally fewer problems with insects and little worry that your plants will bolt to seed. So, if you’ve been considering planting a fall vegetable garden, learn how little effort it will take to get your fading summer garden in shape to start anew.
Taught by Niki Sothers, Director of Horticulture
All materials provided.
Members $15, Non-members $20